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A short course of lectures
«Corporate Valuation and Takeover»





(b) InvestmentsStock Exchange ListingsA Stock Exchange Valuation(III) Bonus criteriaObjective Motivational FactorsThe Price-Earnings Ratio: Past and FutureTakeover Activity, Investor Behaviour and Stock Market DataTakeover Valuation: The Case for Net AssetsAn Aggregate Flotation ValueII: Share Valuation TheoriesCalculations and Assumptions(c) Current AssetsThe Number and Denomination of SharesHow to Value a ShareStrategies for Investment (I)Dividends for GrowthHow to Value GoodwillTakeover Valuation: The Cash Flow BasisThe Capitalisation ConceptAcquisition Strategy and Stock Market Data(a) Fixed Tangible AssetsTakeover Valuation: Dividend PolicyThe Capitalisation of EarningsSubjective Motivational FactorsA Valuation per ShareThe Capitalisation of Current Maintainable YieldTakeover Valuation: The Profitability BasisThe Role of Dividend PolicyHow to Read Stock Exchange ListingsInvestmentCorporate Information(II) Highly desirable criteriaThe "Golden Rules" of InvestmentIV: Valuation and TakeoverAcquisition Pricing-Profitability, Dividend Policy and Cash FlowManagerial Motivation and Corporate TakeoverThe MM Hypothesis: A Corporate PerspectiveSome Observations on Stock Market VolatilityA Total Market ValuationGordon's 'Bird in the Hand' ModelStrategies for Investment (II)(d) Intangible Assets(I) Mandatory criteria(e) A Going Concern ValueIII: A Guide to Stock Market"Beating" the MarketThe Current Takeover SceneThe Gordon Growth ModelReview ActivityValuing the AssetsDividends as IncomeThe MM Dividend Irrelevancy HypothesisInvestor BehaviourThe Capitalisation of Dividends and EarningsComing to the MarketDividend IrrelevancyAcquisition Pricing and Accounting DataThe MM Hypothesis and Shareholder Reaction
 
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