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What is par value and how it is different from face value

I read a post that some countries has no par value so that companies are no longer obligated to pay the share capital i.e. ( par value * share outstanding). But i also read that face value (or par ...
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Discounted free cash flow valuation

I started valuating company based on their free cash flow by using DCF valuation.But for some companies i came across negative free cash flow for all years. How can we evaluate company with negative ...
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Looking for: List of 30 top-performing value investors in the US (AUM 100USD mn+; 10 years)

we are currently looking to build another database sourced by crawling the SEC (freely available at SimFin). Our goal is to build a monthly updating database showing the holdings of the top value-...
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What are the latest developments on “Value Averaging”?

If you search with Google "Value Averaging", you're swamped with dozens of web pages which explain how it works, why lump-sum investing is better and why not, template Excel sheets and so forth. So I ...
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Have any other factor “styles” which explain equity returns been uncovered?

I know this is an inherently broad question, so I will attempt to clarify what I mean by factor "styles". I am not looking for a compendium of "anomalies", per se, but rather for categorical themes ...
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Bond Valuation and liquidity

Assuming the market is perfect liquid, the bond price can be replicated and is related as follows: $$\sum_{t=0}^{N}c_ne^{-Y(t_n-t)}=\sum_{t=0}^{N}c_nP_{t_n}=\sum_{t=0}^{N}c_ne^{-Y_{t,t_n}(t_n-t)}$$ ...
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How to evaluate companies with different rate of growth rate?

I'm trying to do a value analysis within a group of companies with very different growth rate, here are some method I've explored: P/E ratio. By this measurement most top value companies are those ...
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Underperformance of low vol factor after US presidential election, comeback of Value

My question is about factor investing. In most equity markets (Europe, US) the factors momentum and low volatility have outperformed the cap weighted indices in the last couple of years while the ...