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Corporate Valuation for Portfolio Investment: Analyzing Assets, Earnings, Cash Flow, Stock Price, Governance, and Special Situations by ALEXANDRA REED LAJOUX, ROBERT A. G. MONKS

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APPENDIX I
Damodaran Spreadsheets for Valuation1
PROFESSOR ASWATH DAMODARAN, Professor of Finance and David Margolis Teaching Fellow at the Stern School of Business at New York University, and eminent valuation author, has collected a great number of spreadsheets. He lists them on his web site as follows:
1. Corporate finance spreadsheets are most useful for conventional corporate financial analysis. They include spreadsheets to analyze a project’s cash flows and viability, a company’s risk profile, its optimal capital structure and debt type, and whether it is paying out what it can afford to in dividends (http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/New_Home_Page/spreadsh.htm#cf).
2. Valuation inputs spreadsheets enable analysts to:
a. Estimate the right ...

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