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A short course of lectures
«Corporate Valuation and Takeover»





The Capitalisation of Earnings(II) Highly desirable criteriaStock Exchange ListingsThe Capitalisation of Dividends and EarningsAcquisition Strategy and Stock Market Data(b) Investments"Beating" the MarketReview ActivityHow to Value a ShareComing to the MarketCorporate Information(d) Intangible AssetsDividends as IncomeManagerial Motivation and Corporate TakeoverThe Gordon Growth Model(III) Bonus criteriaTakeover Valuation: The Cash Flow BasisThe Number and Denomination of SharesThe Capitalisation of Current Maintainable YieldII: Share Valuation TheoriesA Valuation per ShareThe MM Dividend Irrelevancy HypothesisThe Role of Dividend PolicySubjective Motivational FactorsTakeover Valuation: The Profitability Basis(a) Fixed Tangible Assets(c) Current AssetsTakeover Valuation: The Case for Net AssetsInvestmentStrategies for Investment (I)III: A Guide to Stock MarketHow to Read Stock Exchange ListingsSome Observations on Stock Market VolatilityStrategies for Investment (II)How to Value Goodwill(e) A Going Concern ValueThe Current Takeover SceneThe Capitalisation ConceptObjective Motivational FactorsThe "Golden Rules" of InvestmentDividend IrrelevancyA Stock Exchange ValuationDividends for GrowthThe MM Hypothesis and Shareholder ReactionA Total Market ValuationAn Aggregate Flotation ValueInvestor BehaviourTakeover Activity, Investor Behaviour and Stock Market DataAcquisition Pricing-Profitability, Dividend Policy and Cash FlowValuing the AssetsAcquisition Pricing and Accounting DataIV: Valuation and TakeoverGordon's 'Bird in the Hand' Model(I) Mandatory criteriaCalculations and AssumptionsThe MM Hypothesis: A Corporate PerspectiveTakeover Valuation: Dividend PolicyThe Price-Earnings Ratio: Past and Future
 
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