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Financial Statement Analysis : Valuation Approach - 03 edition

Financial Statement Analysis : Valuation Approach (ISBN10: 0130328340; ISBN13: 9780130328342)
ISBN13: 978-0130328342
ISBN10: 0130328340

Summary: For undergraduate/graduate courses in Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation.

This text combines finance, accounting, and business strategy theory with enough real accounting information to teach students how to actually use financial statement data in valuation and analysis--as well as understand the corporate finance theory behind it.

Features
  • Emphasis on both theory a
    nd practice throughout--Presents rigorous financial theory in a practical way.
    • Gives students the necessary skills to 1) interpret information for financial analysis and valuation, 2) deal with the imprecision and vagueness that often accompany disclosures, and 3) avoid common pitfalls in valuation analysis.
  • Integrated discussion of accounting, finance, and business strategy--Covers the concepts needed to analyze and value a business.
    • Enables students to understand the business strategy and the finance needed for the valuation; as well as find, interpret, and analyze information in the financial statements.
  • Survey of all valuation models--Includes the five cash flow models: the free cash flow model; the dividend discount model, the flows to equity model; the adjusted present value model; and the residual income model; as well as a thorough discussion of multiples.
    • Familiarizes students with all commonly used models.
  • Practical, real-word applications--Includes a running Starbucks example throughout and provides other examples from actual financial statements.
    • Allows students to use actual financial statements and disclosures effectively, and requires them to think critically and make assumptions and estimates from these statements. This prepares them for the work they will do in their careers.
  • Coverage of special topics--Not usually found in other texts.
    • Teaches students how to properly value pensions and employee stock options using financial statement data.
...show more
Summary: For undergraduate/graduate courses in Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation.

This text combines finance, accounting, and business strategy theory with enough real accounting information to teach students how to actually use financial statement data in valuation and analysis--as well as understand the corporate finance theory behind it.

Features
  • Emphasis on both theory and practice throughout--Presents rigorous financial theory in a practical way.
    • Gives students the necessary skills to 1) interpret information for financial analysis and valuation, 2) deal with the imprecision and vagueness that often accompany disclosures, and 3) avoid common pitfalls in valuation analysis.
  • Integrated discussion of accounting, finance, and business strategy--Covers the concepts needed to analyze and value a business.
    • Enables students to understand the business strategy and the finance needed for the valuation; as well as find, interpret, and analyze information in the financial statements.
  • Survey of all valuation models--Includes the five cash flow models: the free cash flow model; the dividend discount model, the flows to equity model; the adjusted present value model; and the residual income model; as well as a thorough discussion of multiples.
    • Familiarizes students with all commonly used models.
  • Practical, real-word applications--Includes a running Starbucks example throughout and provides other examples from actual financial statements.
    • Allows students to use actual financial statements and disclosures effectively, and requires them to think critically and make assumptions and estimates from these statements. This prepares them for the work they will do in their careers.
  • Coverage of special topics--Not usually found in other texts.
    • Teaches students how to properly value pensions and employee stock options using financial statement data.
...show less

Edition/Copyright: 03
Cover: Hardback
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Year Published: 2003
International: No

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