Study Session I:

1. Equity Valuation: Its Applications and Processes

2. Return Concepts for Equity Valuation

Study Session II:

3. Industry Analysis With Porter's 5 Force

4. Establishing a Framework for Successful Strategy Implementation

5. Industry and Company Analysis: The Basics

Study Session III:

6. Free Cash Flow Valuation (Coming Soon)

7. Market-Based Valuation: Price and Enterprise Value Multiples (Coming Soon)

8. Residual Income Valuation (Coming Soon)

9. Private Company Valuation (Coming Soon)

 

 

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