James L. Grant - Foundations of EVA Economic
James L. Grant is
professor of Finance at the Simmons Graduate School of Management in Boston.
Foundations of EVA Economic Value Added is an independent securities valuation /
portfolio investment perspective to Economic Value Added and
Market Value Added. Contains useful chapters on
estimating MVA with published financial reports, company analysis using EVA,
industry analysis using EVA, and macro-analysis using EVA. Recommended for
professional investors, portfolio managers and analysts wanting to deepen
their knowledge on EVA valuation of companies.
In the completely
updated second edition of Foundations of Economic Value Added, James L.
Grant provides a fresh look at the role of economic profit in the process of
wealth creation. Whether you’re a manager seeking to create substantial
shareholder value, or an investor looking for attractive stock selection
opportunities, this comprehensive guide will help you better understand and
implement one of the most useful financial tools currently available.
Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, Foundations of Economic
Value Added, Second Edition explores the pivotal role of EVA in the theory
of finance and explains:
- How to measure EVA with standard accounting adjustments
- How to use EVA to value companies and their stock
- How to compare EVA with traditional financial metrics (such as ROE)
- How to estimate the EVA cost of capital
- How to use EVA to build actively-efficient portfolios
- How to use economic profit principles to identify wealth-creating firms,
industries, and even market economies
EVA Economic Value Added, Second Edition shows how the EVA measure can be used
as a prism to cast a revealing perspective on individual securities,
portfolios, and even macro-economic valuations. If you want to stay up to
date on EVA, this book is for you.
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