Company Valuation Term Paper by cee-cee

Company Valuation
An analysis of the different methods that can be used to value a company that is being sold.
# 107035 | 2,365 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Aug 19, 2008 in Business (Administration) , Economics (Micro)

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This paper describes and analyzes some of the different methods for appraising the value of a company that is being sold. The paper looks specifically at methods such as net-asset valuation, price-to-earnings ratio and discounted cash flows. It also describes the goals and the conditions surrounding the selling business, as well as the goals of the purchasing company.

Table of Contents:
Net-Asset Valuation
Price-To-Earnings Ratio
Discounted Cash Flow

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Berry, T. 2004, "Planning for Purchasing a Business,", viewed 20 May, 2007 at
  • Bizquest Staff, No date, "Valuation Methodologies,", viewed 19 May, 2007 at
  • Brooks Barristers No date, "Key Questions When Purchasing a Business," LexisNexis, viewed 20 May, 2007 at
  • "Business Valuation Methods" No date, Second Venture Corp., viewed 20 May, 2007 at
  • "Calculating Discounted Cash Flow" 2005, Industry Canada, viewed 20 May, 2007 at

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