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Estimating the Cost of Capital Implied by Market Prices and Accounting Data
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1. Introduction. 2. Valuing the firm. 3. Changing the focus to valuation of equity and introducing reverse engineering. 4. Reverse engineering the abnormal growth in earnings valuation model: PE ratios and PEG ratios. 5. Reverse engineering the residual income valuation model to obtain firm-specific estimates of the implied expected rate of return. 6. Reverse engineering the abnormal growth in earnings valuation model to obtain portfolio-level estimates of the implied expected rate of return. 7. Reverse engineering the residual income valuation model to obtain portfolio-level estimates of the implied expected rate of return. 8. Methods for assessing the quality/validity of firm-specific estimates. 9. Extant firm-specific estimates are poor. 10. Bias in estimates of the expected rate of return due to bias in earnings forecasts. 11. Dealing with shortcomings in firm-specific estimates. 12. Methods for determining the effect of a phenomenon of interest on the cost of capital. 13. Data issues. 14. Some thoughts on future directions. References.

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