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Comparable Companies Analysis

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A comparable company analysis is based on the theory that similar companies should have similar valuation multiples.

Usually, a group of comparable companies includes companies from the same industry as the company being valued.

Once the list of comparable companies is determined, the valuation multiples are applied to the company being valued.

Valuation multiples often include price to earnings, price to book, and enterprise value to EBITDA ratios.

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