For the first two decades that I taught it, this class was called "Equity Instruments and Markets", a title that never fit. This class has never been about instruments, nor was it about markets and I am not even sure that it was about equity . It was a valuation class, plain and simple, and I am glad that it has acquired that title. I hope you enjoy it, and find it useful, in that order. Everything you need for this class should be linked to this page. If you do want to get back to my home page, click on the logo at the top of the page.
|Syllabus for class||Lecture Notes||Readings, Discussion and Derivations|
|Assignments and Projects||Spreadsheets||Data Updates and Data Links for Valuation|
|Past Exams and Quizzes||Practice Problems & Solutions||Webcasts of classes|
|Newsletters & Emails||Comparable Firm Data||Company Valuations|
|Weekly Challenges||Mystery Project||Calendar|
My twitter feeds (almost entirely on valuation/corporate finance) can be found at @Aswath Damodaran.
My blog posts can be found here.
If you are using one of my valuation books for reference, try the supporting websites. If you want to see which chapters map on to which sessions, click here.
Valuations and Recommendations: You can download excel spreadsheets containing the valuations done and the recommendations made by the following classes.
|Spring 2000||Fall 2000||Spring 2001|
|Fall 2001||Spring 2002||Fall 2002|
|Spring 2003||Fall 2003||Spring 2004|
|Fall 2004||Spring 2005||Spring 2007|
|Fall 2007||Spring 2008||Fall 2008|
|Spring 2009||Fall 2009||Spring 2010|
|Fall 2010||Spring 2011||Fall 2011|
|Spring 2012||Fall 2012||Spring 2013|