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eBook Valuation: The Art and Science of Corporate Investment Decisions ePub

by Sheridan Titman

  • ISBN: 013231147X
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  • Author: Sheridan Titman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: PE; International ed of 2nd revised ed edition (2015)
  • ePub book: 1556 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1632 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 362

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Valuation: The Art and S. .has been added to your Cart The book is a great textbook, although there are still a lot of errors in the slides if you use this as an instructor

Valuation: The Art and S.has been added to your Cart. Sheridan Titman holds the McAllister Centennial Chair in Financial Services at the University of Texas. from the University of Colorado and an . from Carnegie Mellon University. The book is a great textbook, although there are still a lot of errors in the slides if you use this as an instructor.

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Sheridan Titman holds the McCallister Centennial Chair in Financial Services at the University of Texas, Austin. Before his present post, he taught for a number of years at UCLA. He is coauthor of the textbook, Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy, with Mark Grinblatt.

Автор: Sheridan Titman Название: Valuation: The Art and Science of.

Sheridan Titman holds the McCallister Centennial Chair in Financial Services at the University of Texas, Austin

Sheridan Titman holds the McCallister Centennial Chair in Financial Services at the University of Texas, Austin. He is coauthor of the textbook, Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy, with Mark Grinblatt

Sheridan Titman holds the McAllister Centennial Chair in Financial Services at the University of Texas.

Sheridan Titman holds the McAllister Centennial Chair in Financial Services at the University of Texas.

Seeing the economic realities of the modern corporation through an integrated approach. Titman/Martin presents an integrated approach to both project and enterprise valuation, showing readers the economic realities that today s modern corporations face. tional valuation methods that are commonly used in practice, such as comparables, simulations, and real options. Professor Titman has published more than 50 articles in both academic and professional journals and a book entitled Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy.

Enterprise Valuation; Futures, Options & Valuation of Real Investments.

In Valuation: The Art and Science of Investment Decisions, co-authors Sheridan Titman and John Martin have provided a tool kit for students and practitioners of financial analysis and valuation to implement successful techniques for project and enterprise valuation. Enterprise Valuation; Futures, Options & Valuation of Real Investments.

Comments

Manarius Manarius
Most of you will be buying this book, like me, because it's required for a class. In short, the book is a disaster. Concepts are vaguely explained, and what examples are provided do not flow step by step. The authors will present an example (when one is even provided) of a concept, and fail to display and explain each step of the process they use to solve it. They'll jump from, for example, step 1 to step 4, without explaining steps 2 or 3. Then, when the homework comes along, you'll be flipping through the book over and over for hours (& banging your hear on your desk) trying in vain to find how to perform steps 2 & 3.

Short version: this book reads more like a reference manual for someone who already knows how to do these valuation procedures than a textbook. It needs a great deal more detail and a great deal more effort put into constructing step by step examples and concise explanation. In its current form, it's pretty useless for someone, like me, who is trying to learn how to do them.
Scoreboard Bleeding Scoreboard Bleeding
This text is thin, but packed with information. Unfortunately, the authors have multiple errors in text and calculated values. College text, but should break the valuation models down for appropriate usage (i.e. The APV may be the best model for firms with a high debt ratio; the Dividend Growth model for mature firms, etc.). Information is "clumped" together, there are no Excel examples, and the end-of-chapter problems extend far beyond that chapter material.
Defolosk Defolosk
My professor is using it for the valuation course at University of Texas at Dallas. The book is ok but I think there is no content in the book which is not covered in a typical finance book. I also think the book is overpriced.
Haal Haal
VERY INTERESTING
Avarm Avarm
worst book ever
not easy to understand
Kalrajas Kalrajas
Excellent book!
Qwert Qwert
Very poorly written. Computational examples do not describe how the author achieved the final result. In some cases, the result seems incorrect based on the numbers provided.
The book was in good shape and very helpful.