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14/28/2004BVUpdate
The Ibbotson Associates’ SBBI Valuation Edition 2004 Yearbook is the sixth installment in the special valuation edition series begun in 1999. As with all prior editions, this new edition pr...
Harold Martin
Data and Publications Update, Books  (638 words)
Business Valuation Update, April 2004
23/28/2011BVUpdate
Adjusting for industry risk within cost-of-equity models is common practice, but the methods for measuring such risk vary greatly. The model chosen for estimating cost of equity (COE) is important, but so is data quality, stability, and availability. Many...
Michael Barad
Guest Article  (1,890 words)
Business Valuation Update, March 2011
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33/28/2014BVUpdate
In a long-running TV ad for spaghetti sauce during the 1980s, a pitchman repeatedly responds to inquiries about the product’s ingredients with the phrase: "It’s in there!" This response might also apply to your estimated cost of capital.
Ted D. Israel
Guest Article  (2,146 words)
Business Valuation Update, March 2014
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43/28/2014BVUpdate
Editor’s Note: The authors have developed a model designed to be more reliable than the build-up method for estimating the cost of capital of a small privately held business. This model uses the authors’ new Implied Private Company Pricing Line 2.0 (IPCPL...
Bob Dohmeyer, Peter J. Butler, Rod Burkert
Guest Article  (4,317 words)
Business Valuation Update, March 2014
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410/28/2005BVUpdate
SBBI Valuation Edition 2005 Yearbook, Ibbotson Associates, 2005. 225 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 700, Chicago, IL 60601-7676, (312) 616-1620, fax (312) 616-0404, www.ibbotson.com. $110 plus shipping and handling, 274 pp., approx. 9" by 11", hardcover.
Data and Publications Update, Book  (716 words)
Business Valuation Update, October 2005
69/28/2015BVUpdate
There was a great deal of interest in international cost of capital at the recent 2015 International Valuation Forum in Atlanta, sponsored by the International Association of Consultants, Valuators and Analysts (IACVA). During a presentation on this topic...
Guest Article  (566 words)
Business Valuation Update, September 2015
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611/28/2014BVUpdate
Duff & Phelps published the 2014 Valuation Handbook ‒ Guide to Cost of Capital in March, providing key year-end data previously available in the Morningstar/Ibbotson SBBI Valuation Yearbook and the Duff & Phelps Risk Premium Report. The Guide to Cost of C...
Guest Article  (2,076 words)
Business Valuation Update, November 2014
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86/28/2002BVUpdate
You wrote in Chapter 12 of your Cost of Capital book that you were working on a research paper showing examples of applying the DCF method of estimating cost of capital using various sourc...
Reader and Editor Exchange  (59 words)
Business Valuation Update, June 2002
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98/28/1997BVUpdate
Between its publications and its forums, Ibbotson Associates is charging forward in its quest to provide more and better data to help estimate the cost of capital, especially equity capital. Many...
Shannon R. Pratt
Editor's Column  (643 words)
Business Valuation Update, August 1997
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109/28/2013BVUpdate
Most business appraisal assignments are for private companies with revenue less than $10 million. Current costs of capital (K0) estimation methods rely almost entirely on public security returns. Small privately held companies are different from public eq...
Peter J. Butler, Rod Burkert, Robert M. Dohmeyer
Guest Article  (4,458 words)
Business Valuation Update, September 2013
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111/28/2015BVUpdate
When my copy of the 2014 Valuation Handbook – Industry Cost of Capital (Duff & Phelps) arrived, the cover somehow struck me as familiar. I checked my library, and, sure enough, the cloth-over-cardboard cover was the same type of binding as that on my cost...
R. James Alerding
Guest Article  (1,650 words)
Business Valuation Update, January 2015
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116/28/1999BVUpdate
"Cost of Equity Capital and Model Mispricing," Pástor, Lubo and Robert F. Stambaugh, Journal of Finance , February 1999, pp. 67-114. The cost of equity, the expected rate of return on a firm's sto...
Data and Publications Update, Articles  (134 words)
Business Valuation Update, June 1999
133/28/2014BVUpdate
Feedback was swift from the valuation community on the implied private company pricing line (IPCPL), a new method to estimate the cost of capital for private companies. An article explaining IPCPL was published in the September 2013 issue of Business Valu...
Guest Article  (1,610 words)
Business Valuation Update, March 2014
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137/28/2009BVUpdate
Deriving a defensible cost of capital (COC) for the capital asset pricing method (CAPM), modified CAPM, or the build-up method is frequently the most contentious issue in litigation involving the valuation of private companies or economic damages. Moreove...
Guest Article  (1,516 words)
Business Valuation Update, July 2009
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1312/28/2003BVUpdate
The 2003 Cost of Capital Workshop took place on June 20, 2003, at the University of Chicago's Gleacher Center.
Special Report, Conference Coverage  (1,423 words)
Business Valuation Update, December 2003
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169/28/2009BVUpdate
When calculating damages awards in litigation, it is undisputed that the plaintiff’s projected economic losses must be discounted to their present value to avoid over-compensating for the harm caused by a defendant’s wrongful act.
Brian P. Brinig, Jeff H. Kinrich
Guest Article  (2,430 words)
Business Valuation Update, September 2009
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171/28/2004BVUpdate
The 2003 Cost of Capital Workshop took place on June 20, 2003, at the University of Chicago’s Gleacher Center.
Special Report  (2,023 words)
Business Valuation Update, January 2004
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186/28/2016BVUpdate
It has now been three years since Duff & Phelps (DP) took the baton from Morningstar/Ibbotson (MI) to continue the production of arguably the key resource for cost of capital determinations in business and intellectual property appraisal. The Duff & Phelp...
Ronald L. Seigneur
Guest Article
Business Valuation Update, June 2016
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182/28/2015BVUpdate
The Duff & Phelps Risk Premium Calculator is an online tool used to calculate the cost of equity capital. The Calculator allows valuation professionals to enter inputs relevant to the specific valuation date and to the subject company being valued and yie...
Jessica Landay, Brenda M. Clarke
Guest Article  (3,111 words)
Business Valuation Update, February 2015
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189/28/2014BVUpdate
It is a cliché to refer to a book as a "must-have," but it is true of this fifth edition of Cost of Capital, Applications and Examples by Shannon P. Pratt and Roger Grabowski. If you are at all serious about the valuation of securities, business entities...
Ted D. Israel
Guest Article  (1,212 words)
Business Valuation Update, September 2014
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