Valuation Art

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Part of a three part series of presentations to the Student Investment Club at the University of Florida entitled: Valuation - Art, Science and Voodoo.

This part deals with the art of valuation including qualitative factors of valuation.

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  • Adam – Slides 1, 2, 3Craig – Slide 4, 5Eric – Slide 6,7Kevin – Slide 8,9
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B
  • At this point, the launderer enters the dirty money into a legitimate financial institution. Often times in the form of a cash bank deposit. So basically Kenny is depositing cash into various savings and checking accounts in the bank. Because Kenny is making the deposit, he is less likely to be caught by deposit limits and nosey tellers. This is the riskiest part of the laundering process.
  • Segment able: Pregnant Women
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B44 Pounds256 Pounds
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B44 Pounds256 Pounds
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B44 Pounds256 Pounds
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B44 Pounds256 Pounds
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B44 Pounds256 Pounds
  • Make money from Source A look like it came from Source B44 Pounds256 Pounds
  • Relative to recent, related deals/valuations…
  • From the legitimate bank account – Kenny will use various transfer types such bank to bank transfers, wire transfers between different accounts with different names in different countries, constantly changing the amounts of money in each account through different deposit and withdrawal amounts. Changing the monies currency and buying lavish gifts for himself.So as you can see – Kenny has bought himself a boat. And he is on a boat. With T-Pain
  • Valuation Art

    1. 1. Valuation<br />The Introduction<br />
    2. 2. Valuation<br />Art<br />Intangibles that make give the investment value<br />Science<br />Determining the correct number by using math<br />Voodoo<br />Making it fit in your portfolio<br />
    3. 3. The Set-Up<br />
    4. 4. Market<br />Size<br />Growth<br /> Competition<br /> Segmentable / Reachable <br />
    5. 5. Management<br /> Proven<br />Full<br />Vested<br /> Quality over Quantity<br />
    6. 6. Momentum<br /> Partners<br />Management<br />Customers<br /> Get promises for something from somebody<br />
    7. 7. Money<br /> Financials<br />Projections<br />Funding Past & Future<br />Are you looking for a dividend business or a capital growth business?<br />
    8. 8. Model<br /> Revenue Model<br /> Sales Model<br /> Value Chain<br /> Does it Scale?<br />
    9. 9. Magic<br />Sustainable competitive advantage<br /> Intellectual property<br /> Barriers to entry<br />
    10. 10. Match<br /> Space <br /> Stage<br />Round size<br />Diversify my portfolio?<br />
    11. 11. Final Notes<br />Everything is: <br />Personal<br />Relative<br />And the true price of something is only as much as something is willing to pay for it!<br />
    12. 12. The End<br />

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