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Financial Modeling Skills - Multiples Based Valuation
Module 1: Conceptual understanding of the multiples based valuation technique
Lecture 1: Introduction to Module 1 (2:04)
Lecture 2: What are the different techniques of equity valuation? (5:11)
Lecture 3: A very brief overview of Discounted cash flow technique (1:48)
Lecture 4: Multiples based valuation: What is a multiple? (2:35)
Lecture 5: Multiples based valuation: what does a multiple denote? (1:32)
Lecture 6: Multiples based valuation: What are the different types of multiples used? (3:21)
Lecture 7: Illustration for this module (2:22)
Lecture 8: Financial statements supplements to the illustration (2:44)
Lecture 9: Steps to do a multiples based valuation (4:46)
Lecture 10: Step 1: Choosing the right peers (6:34)
Lecture 11: Step 2: Calculating the peer multiples (4:25)
Lecture 12: Step 3: Calculating the target value (6:18)
Lecture 13: So what is the best multiple to use? (7:51)
Lecture 14: Recap: What did we learn in this module? (3:40)
Lecture 15: End of Module 1
Lecture 16: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Module 2: Practical application of the multiples based valuation
Lecture 17: Introduction to Module 2 (3:33)
Lecture 18: Download the illustration exercise for this module (0:34)
Lecture 19: How to do a sum of the parts valuation using multiples (1/2) (11:53)
Lecture 20: How to do a sum of the parts valuation using multiples (2/2) (5:27)
Lecture 21: Practice Assignment #1: DIFFICULTY LEVEL - EASY
Lecture 22: Solution to Practice Assignment #1
Lecture 23: End of Module 2
Lecture 24: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Lecture 17: Introduction to Module 2
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