Beyond Earnings: Applying the HOLT CFROI and Economic Profit Framework

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 11, 2017 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
"Step up stock selection with advanced valuation techniques"--
 

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Contents

Financial Performance Assessment
3
The Golden Rule of Financial Decision Making
12
Is the NPV Rule Foolproof?
20
Thinking Clearly about Actions Reactions and Value
28
Accounting to Cash Flow Return on Investment
57
k NonDepreciating Assets
82
Discounted Cash Flow and Economic Profit
113
k Valuing Different Forecast Scenarios for Amazon in the
138
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254
The Persistence of Corporate Profitability
281
Forecasting Growth
303
Is Corporate Growth MeanReverting?
309
Conclusions
319
Can It Beat the Fade?
326
Thinking about Expectations at Different LifeCycle States
332
Picking Stocks Across the LifeCycle
340

Quantifying the Value and Risk of a Companys CAP
151
HOLT Economic Profit
191
Spread Fade and Growth in an
204
What about Goodwill?
210
Risk Reward and the HOLT Discount Rate
217
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DAVID HOLLAND is an independent consultant who serves as a senior advisor to Credit Suisse and is an adjunct professor at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business. Formerly, he was a managing director at Credit Suisse based in London. David oversaw HOLT Valuation and Analytics, the research and development arm of Credit Suisse HOLT, and ran their global Custom Solutions Group.

BRYANT MATTHEWS is the senior director of research for Credit Suisse HOLT. He has over 20 years of professional experience valuing stocks and helping professional investors improve their stock selection process and valuation models. His research on understanding quality and fade has been adopted by professional investors around the world and led to numerous innovations in the flagship Credit Suisse HOLT Lens application.

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