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Jim Kelleher, CFA, is Director of Research at Argus Research and the author of “Equity Valuation for Analysts & Investors,” (McGraw-Hill, July 2010), a single-volume treatment of financial modeling and blended valuation technique. As an equity analyt, Jim is a three-time winner in The Wall Street Journal's “Best on the Street” All-Star Analyst Survey and has also won recognition in the Financial Times/Starmine analyst awards. As Research Director, Jim manages several model portfolios; manages the company’s Portfolio Selector/Focus List; prepares and oversees the Argus daily Technical Analysis product; was instrumental in devising Argus’ first branded investment product; and has helped develop and refine the ...More investment analysis process and model “template” for new analysts.
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Equity Valuation for Analysts & Investors Hi, this is Jim Kelleher. I’m pleased to announce that McGraw-Hill Professional has just published my book, “Equity Valuation for Analysts & Investors.” The book (EV4A&I for short) builds on decades of investment valuation experience during which I’ve built financial models for hundreds of companies in nearly ...More
every sector and industry. EV4A&I is a single-volume approach to modeling financial statements and then using the interplay of modeled and historical data to value stocks. The book, spanning nearly 400 pages, is in four parts: financial statement modeling; comparable historical valuation; discounted free cash flow valuation; and relational valuation. The book includes nearly 70 exhibits that primarily represent snippets from Excel-based financial models on dozens of Argus-covered companies. In the fourth and final section, EV4A&I introduces an original “relational valuation” approach called Peer Derived Value. This proprietary methodology values an equity based on the stock’s current variation from its historical relation to a user-specified peer group. The process involves determining a stock's relationship to its peers based on historical comparable data (i.e., price/earnings, price/sales, etc.), using modeled data to measure the stock's current relationship to that peer group on the same basis, and then quantifying the variation between the historical relationship and the forward relationship. This process informs the asset decision, particularly for trending sectors or markets William V. Campbell, Chairman of Intuit Corporation, provides the jacket commentary, which notes that, “This amazingly thorough book takes you through real-world financial modeling, provides concise techniques and methods for determining asset value, and offers a blended valuation approach that is responsive to changes in market dynamics.” The chairman goes on to call the book, “…an invaluable addition to any investor’s library.”
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