Accounting for Value

Accounting for Value is a short primer on using accounting statements to help evaluate stocks written by Stephen H. Penman of Columbia University Business School.

In Chapter 3 of Accounting for Value, Professor Penman presents an useful method for helping an investor to evaluate the risk of an equity.

Often, there is risk in stocks whose value is dependent on long-term growth. (Think Internet stocks in the late 1990s.) Professor Penman's method helps an investor to anchor on the accounting of an equity and identify how much of a stocks current price is dependent on growth.

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