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Valuation using multiples
also called Comparable company analysis

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  1. A method for determining the current value of a company by examining and comparing the financial ratios of relevant peer groups, also often described as comparable company analysis or comps)

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  2. C = correction factor P = current stock Price NPP = net profit peer company S = number of shares NPO = net profit of target company after forecast period

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  3. The most widely used multiple is the price-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) of stocks in a similar industry

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  4. The following diagram shows an overview of the process of company valuation using multiples

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  5. Rf = discount rate during the last forecast year tf = last year of the forecast period

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