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Art of company valuation and financial statement analysis : a value investor's guide with real-life case studies / Nicolas Schmidlin.

By: Schmidlin, Nicolas [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley finance series: Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley, 2014Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118843048; 1118843045; 1306706246; 9781306706247; 9781118843055; 1118843053; 9781119208020; 1119208025; 1118843096; 9781118843093.Subject(s): Investment analysis | Corporations -- Valuation | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Finance | Corporations -- Valuation | Investment analysisGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Art of Company Valuation and Financial Statement Analysis.DDC classification: 332.632042 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Half Title page; Title page; Copyright page; Acknowledgements; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Importance and Development of Business Accountancy; 1.2 Composition and Structure of Financial Statements; Chapter 2: Key Ratios for Return and Profitability; 2.1 Return on Equity; 2.2 Net Profit Margin; 2.3 EBIT/EBITDA Margin; 2.4 Asset Turnover; 2.5 Return on Assets; 2.6 Return on Capital Employed; 2.7 Operating Cash Flow Margin; Chapter 3: Ratios for Financial Stability; 3.1 Equity Ratio; 3.2 Gearing; 3.3 Dynamic Gearing Ratio; 3.4 Net Debt/EBITDA; 3.5 Capex Ratio
3.6 Asset Depreciation Ratio3.7 Productive Asset Investment Ratio; 3.8 Cash Burn Rate; 3.9 Current and Non-Current Assets to Total Assets Ratio; 3.10 Equity to Fixed Assets Ratio and Equity and Long-Term Liabilities to Fixed Assets Ratio; 3.11 Goodwill Ratio; Chapter 4: Ratios for Working Capital Management; 4.1 Days Sales Outstanding and Days Payables Outstanding; 4.2 Cash ratio; 4.3 Quick Ratio; 4.4 Current Ratio/Working Capital Ratio; 4.5 Inventory Intensity; 4.6 Inventory Turnover; 4.7 Cash Conversion Cycle; 4.8 Ratios for Order Backlog and Order Intake; Chapter 5: Business Model Analysis
5.1 Circle of Competence5.2 Characteristics; 5.3 Framework Conditions; 5.4 Information Procurement; 5.5 Industry and Business Analysis; 5.6 SWOT Analysis; 5.7 Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Analysis; 5.8 Competitive Strategy; 5.9 Management; Chapter 6: Profit Distribution Policy; 6.1 Dividend; 6.2 SHARE BUYBACK; 6.3 Conclusion; Chapter 7: Valuation Ratios; 7.1 Price-to-Earnings Ratio; 7.2 Price-to-Book Ratio; 7.3 Price-to-Cash Flow Ratio; 7.4 Price-to-Sales Ratio; 7.5 Enterprise Value Approach; 7.6 EV/EBITDA; 7.7 EV/EBIT; 7.8 EV/FCF; 7.9 EV/Sales; Chapter 8: Company Valuation
8.1 Discounted Cash Flow Model8.2 Valuation Using Multiples; 8.3 Financial Statement Adjustments; 8.4 Overview of the Valuation Methods; Chapter 9: Value Investing; 9.1 Margin of Safety Approach; 9.2 Value Investing Strategies; 9.3 The Identification of Investment Opportunities; 9.4 Portfolio Management; 9.5 Buying and Selling: Investment Horizon; 9.6 Conclusion; Table and Figure Credits; Index
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Half Title page; Title page; Copyright page; Acknowledgements; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Importance and Development of Business Accountancy; 1.2 Composition and Structure of Financial Statements; Chapter 2: Key Ratios for Return and Profitability; 2.1 Return on Equity; 2.2 Net Profit Margin; 2.3 EBIT/EBITDA Margin; 2.4 Asset Turnover; 2.5 Return on Assets; 2.6 Return on Capital Employed; 2.7 Operating Cash Flow Margin; Chapter 3: Ratios for Financial Stability; 3.1 Equity Ratio; 3.2 Gearing; 3.3 Dynamic Gearing Ratio; 3.4 Net Debt/EBITDA; 3.5 Capex Ratio

3.6 Asset Depreciation Ratio3.7 Productive Asset Investment Ratio; 3.8 Cash Burn Rate; 3.9 Current and Non-Current Assets to Total Assets Ratio; 3.10 Equity to Fixed Assets Ratio and Equity and Long-Term Liabilities to Fixed Assets Ratio; 3.11 Goodwill Ratio; Chapter 4: Ratios for Working Capital Management; 4.1 Days Sales Outstanding and Days Payables Outstanding; 4.2 Cash ratio; 4.3 Quick Ratio; 4.4 Current Ratio/Working Capital Ratio; 4.5 Inventory Intensity; 4.6 Inventory Turnover; 4.7 Cash Conversion Cycle; 4.8 Ratios for Order Backlog and Order Intake; Chapter 5: Business Model Analysis

5.1 Circle of Competence5.2 Characteristics; 5.3 Framework Conditions; 5.4 Information Procurement; 5.5 Industry and Business Analysis; 5.6 SWOT Analysis; 5.7 Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Analysis; 5.8 Competitive Strategy; 5.9 Management; Chapter 6: Profit Distribution Policy; 6.1 Dividend; 6.2 SHARE BUYBACK; 6.3 Conclusion; Chapter 7: Valuation Ratios; 7.1 Price-to-Earnings Ratio; 7.2 Price-to-Book Ratio; 7.3 Price-to-Cash Flow Ratio; 7.4 Price-to-Sales Ratio; 7.5 Enterprise Value Approach; 7.6 EV/EBITDA; 7.7 EV/EBIT; 7.8 EV/FCF; 7.9 EV/Sales; Chapter 8: Company Valuation

8.1 Discounted Cash Flow Model8.2 Valuation Using Multiples; 8.3 Financial Statement Adjustments; 8.4 Overview of the Valuation Methods; Chapter 9: Value Investing; 9.1 Margin of Safety Approach; 9.2 Value Investing Strategies; 9.3 The Identification of Investment Opportunities; 9.4 Portfolio Management; 9.5 Buying and Selling: Investment Horizon; 9.6 Conclusion; Table and Figure Credits; Index

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