Fin630 session1 discussion question 1

Aug 12th, 2016
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Week1 Initial thoughts dq1 You have just been made a valuation analyst. Before you get training (what else is new!), your boss asks you to value a number of items: 1) a publicly-traded company; 2) a family business; 3) a shopping center; 4) an oil refinery; 5) a patent or trademark; and, by the way, 6) did the local tax assessor correctly value his house? How might you go about these tasks? While the course concentrates on the first two items, we will discuss, at least in passing, the remaining ones. I don't expect everyone to comment on every situation, but I am looking for a variety of comments to help establish the base from which we are proceeding.

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Well with my limited, school only, experience, I believe that those 6 different items have differentmethods of valuation. This is because they dont all have cash flows, nor the same line ofdepreciation. In this scenario, I would conduct the steps outlined in chapter 1 in order to attempt todevelop a clearer value of the assets, but individual assessments and considerations would need to betaken.The publicly-traded company would probably be one of the easiest to value, due to the open and publicinformation that is available for reference.The family business is harder to value because

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