MBA Classes: The Fall 2012 Valuation class and the Fall 2012 Corporate Finance class are now entirely archived and available to anyone who is interested. I have also added webcasts of shorter executive classes on corporate finance and valuation. If you want to get as close to a full classroom experience, try this page for the corporate finance class and this one for the valuation class. (March 2013)
Executive Classes: The three-day executive valuation class that I taught on June 4,5, and 6, 2012, is now accessible. You can download the material for the class and watch the webcasts. (July 2012). The three-day corporate finance class that I taught in January 2013 is also accessible. You can download the material and watch the webcasts (January 2013)
Blog posts: I completed a series of posts on value investing, building on the chapter in my book, Investment Philosophies. (June 2012)
Books: My newest book, "The Little Book of Valuation" is now at bookstores. The second edition of The Dark Side of Valuaton is also out, as is the third edition of Applied Corporate Finance. The third edition of Investment Valuation just came out and the second edition of Investment Philosophies reached the bookstores in July 2012.
Research/Papers: Recently added papers include
Country Risk Premium Update: Updated country equity risk premiums in January 2013. Contains both ratings-based and CDS based equity risk premiums. (June 2012)
Annual Data Update: Now updated through January 2013. I have also added a market cap breakdown for US companies of risk measures and multiples and archives of past year's data sets. The next update will be in January 2014.
iPad & iPhone Valuation app: Anant Sundaram (at Dartmouth College) and I have just developed a valuation app (uValue) for the iPad that we think is suprisingly versatile and best of all, it is free. Give it a shot, if you have an iPad. There is an iPhone/iPod Touch version (uValue Mobile) that is also now available. (Last version updated in June 2012)
Glossary: I have added a glossary section on commonly used financial ratios and measures. I hope you find it useful. (January 2012)
Tools webcasts: As part of my corporate finance and valuation classes, I have developed a series of short webcasts, illustrating the use of the tools described in this class on real companies.