By Jae K. Shim
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7. 6. 77%). 4, which is the exact same value as the NAV that was discussed previously. 0 is presented in Figure 1-4; note the similarity with Figure 1-3 and the margin of safety reflected by the PPS. 0 per share. 0 per share spread between the two prices served as the investment’s margin of safety. The margin of safety is, along with the circle of competence that was discussed earlier, absolutely central to Graham and Dodd–based valuation. 0 $15 $10 $5 $0 NAV EPV PPS NAV equals net asset value, EPV equals earnings power value, and PPS equals the price per share.
0 stock price per share) while I waited for the value gap to close. Frankly, I like being paid while waiting for value gaps to close, and I strongly recommend the practice whenever it is possible. Dividends have a strong, if somewhat unglorified, place in the history of Graham and Dodd–based investing. 25 A second example is more current: in 2008, Warren Buffett made substantial, distressed-based investments in Goldman Sachs and GE, both of which included 10% dividend yields. 26 The GE investment, in particular, seems to be a classic Graham and Dodd–based investment.
Recall that NAV is derived by estimating the reproduction value of a firm’s assets and liabilities through the adjustment of accounting (or book) values to make those values more consistent with economic values. The adjustment mechanics are not complicated, but it is important to know which adjustments you have the knowledge to make yourself, and which require the services of professional appraisers or independent experts. I identify areas in the following valuation that could benefit from appraiser or expert input, and note that it is areas such as these that make the Graham and Dodd method seemingly ideal for corporate M&A (and, of course, investment management), as I will explain.
101 Investment Tools for Buying Low and Selling High by Jae K. Shim