The Guideline Public Company (GPC) Method is one of the more popular valuation methodologies because people often hear about it in the news or in presentations. This method identifies prices for individual shares of publicly traded companies that are subject to the same industry dynamics as the subject company (the company you are trying to […]

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How often do sellers have unrealistic expectations of their company’s value? What’s the best way for a buyer to approach them early in the process and address their concerns? Todd Nelson, Capstone Valuation Advisor, answers: This is a common issue where sellers hold high value expectations for their businesses. While price is not the only […]

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As someone who has always preached that valuation is more of an “art than science,” I found it interesting when reading a recent Washington Post article on cooking ribs that one of the experts used this same phrase.  Of course, he was referring to the ambient temperature outside of the smoker and the amount of […]

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This post was written by Capstone Managing Director John Dearing: A client recently asked us to help with VALUATION on a deal they had in their pipeline.  It started off innocently enough.  Walking through Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) basics, adjusting the model to make it more user friendly, and adding terminal value to their model. […]

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