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Corporate Valuation and Takeover - Robert Alan Hill

Year 2011



Part I: An Introduction1. An OverviewIntroduction1.1. Some Observations on Traditional Finance Theory1.2. Some Observations on Stock Market VolatilitySummary and ConclusionsSelected ReferencesPart II: Share Valuation Theories2. How to Value a ShareIntroduction2.1. The Capitalisation Concept2.2. The Capitalisation of Dividends and Earnings2.3. The Capitalisation of Current Maintainable Yield2.4. The Capitalisation of EarningsSummary and ConclusionsSelected References3. The Role of Dividend PolicyIntroduction3.1. The Gordon Growth Model3.2. Gordon's 'Bird in the Hand' ModelSummary and ConclusionsSelected References4. Dividend IrrelevancyIntroduction4.1. The MM Dividend Irrelevancy Hypothesis4.2. The MM Hypothesis and Shareholder Reaction4.3. The MM Hypothesis: A Corporate PerspectiveSummary and ConclusionsSelected ReferencesPart III: A Guide to Stock MarketInvestment5. How to Read Stock Exchange ListingsIntroduction5.1. Stock Exchange ListingsSummary and ConclusionsSelected References6. Strategies for Investment (I)Introduction6.1. Dividends as Income6.2. Dividends for Growth6.3. The Price-Earnings Ratio: Past and FutureSummary and ConclusionsSelected References7. Strategies for Investment (II)Introduction7.1. Corporate Information7.2. "Beating" the MarketSummary and ConclusionsSelected ReferencesPart IV: Valuation and Takeover8. A Stock Exchange ValuationIntroduction8.1. Coming to the Market8.2. Calculations and Assumptions8.3. A Total Market Valuation8.4. An Aggregate Flotation Value8.5. The Number and Denomination of Shares8.6. A Valuation per Share9. Managerial Motivation and Corporate TakeoverIntroduction9.1. Objective Motivational Factors9.2. Subjective Motivational FactorsSummary and ConclusionsSelected References10. Acquisition Pricing and Accounting DataIntroduction10.1. Takeover Valuation: The Case for Net Assets10.2. Valuing the Assets(a) Fixed Tangible Assets(b) Investments(c) Current Assets(d) Intangible Assets(e) A Going Concern Value10.3. How to Value GoodwillSummary and Conclusions11. Acquisition Pricing-Profitability, Dividend Policy and Cash FlowIntroduction11.1. Takeover Valuation: The Profitability Basis11.2. Takeover Valuation: Dividend Policy11.3. Takeover Valuation: The Cash Flow BasisSummary and ConclusionsSelected References12. Takeover Activity, Investor Behaviour and Stock Market DataIntroduction12.1. The Current Takeover Scene12.2. Investor Behaviour12.3. The "Golden Rules" of Investment(I) Mandatory criteria(II) Highly desirable criteria(III) Bonus criteria12.4. Acquisition Strategy and Stock Market DataReview ActivitySummary and ConclusionsSelected References
 
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