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Premium Valuations of MNC Companies in India: Future Expectations

Are investors correctly pricing expected future growth in the current valuations of MNC companies and their parents?

Premium Valuations of MNC Companies in India: A Historical Analysis

Why do Indian multinational (MNC) companies trade at higher multiples than their own parent companies?

Aswath Damodaran on Valuations amid COVID-19: “Go Back to Basics”

Don't abandon valuation fundamentals during the COVID-19 crisis, says Aswath Damodaran.

Top 10 Posts from 2019: Damodaran, Marks, Shiller, and Buffett

The leading Enterprising Investor articles from 2019 feature insights from some of the top luminaries in all of finance.

Aswath Damodaran on the Disruption Dilemma

"What makes us uncomfortable about disruption is the uncertainty it brings into every number that we measure," says Aswath Damodaran.

The Intangible Valuation Renaissance: Five Methods

Intangible assets are increasingly critical to corporate value, and new valuation methods need to be deployed to accurately calculate their worth.

For Better Valuations, Avoid These Five Behavioral Mistakes

Investment strategist Michael Mauboussin explains how investors could generate more accurate valuations and improve their investment decision making by avoiding common behavioral pitfalls.

Bearish on a Bull Market: Central Banks and the S&P 500

What explains the recent surge in the S&P 500 index? We asked CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief readers what they thought was responsible for the strong performance.

Weekend Reads: Efficient Markets, Enron, and Dilbert

Investors who are cautious on US equities today are quick to point to the CAPE, or Shiller P/E, as clear evidence of an overvalued stock market. Market bulls prefer to look forward and the promise of strong earnings, and they've been richly rewarded for their optimism over the past two years.

Inditex Is Priced for Perfection

This article is meant to illustrate how, depending on the price, the stock of a great company may not be a great investment.



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