Warren E. Buffett, 1995 (Product number: UV0006-PDF-ENG)
Set in August 1995, enables students to assess Berkshire Hathaway’s bid for the 49.6% of GEICO Corporation that it does not already own. Students perform a simple valuation of GEICO shares and consider the reasonableness of the 26% acquisition premium. There are no obvious synergies, and Berkshire Hathaway has announced that it will run GEICO with no changes. Student analysis can include the investment philosophy and remarkable record of Berkshire’s CEO, Warren E. Buffett.
Technical skills for active investments (The following is not necessary for passive investment)
(1-1) Determine and compare the expected returns and required returns, and then determine if the asset is undervalued or overvalued.
Notice: the case, “GMO-Value versus Growth Dilemma,” already covered this part. But, the case (Warren Buffett) will reinforce this skill.
(1-2) Determine Intrinsic values – and then determine if the asset is undervalued or overvalued by comparing with market prices.
Understanding passive versus active investment philosophy
Establishing the statement of your “own” investment philosophy[supanova_question]
Capital Structure and Retail Bank Performance: A US Perspective
Finance Assignment Help Attachment for the writing assignment
1. Use the table 3 in chapter 4 to prepare the data analysis. Also, use the information to determine the liquidity ratio for each bank yearly and fix in appropriate position. You may use Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) or similar software to apply the following tools for the analysis where applicable:
* Bar chart
* Trend analysis
* Pivot chart
2. State the model used for the data analysis. The model should be in both chapter 3 and 4 or only in chapter 3. Please check and apply correctly.
3. Convert chapter 1-3 from proposal to research dissertation state.
4. Write the abstract to the research
5. Write the summary as it is in contemporary research study.
6. Arrange the whole research work properly including the font, punctuation, references if new ones are added. Write the addendum where applicable.
7.Manipulate the data to suite the hypothesis you support, or you feel is proper.
8. Prepare a 25 slides PowerPoint.
9. Consider the attachment for chapter 4 and 5 if it can help.Thanks[supanova_question]