Applied Value Investing, Chapter 3 by Joseph Calandro Jr.
Franchise Value and the GEICO Acquisition

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This chapter comes from  Applied Value Investing, which--unlike other value-investing books that introduce a new variation on the value-investing theme--instead adopts the modern Graham and Dodd approach and applies it in a variety of unique and practical ways. You will learn innovative new ways of applying a value-investing approach to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and alternative investing. This in-depth guide uses detailed case studies demonstrating how Graham and Dodd insights can be used in a macro-investing framework and applied to the emerging area of super-catastrophe valuation.

About Joseph Calandro Jr.

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Joseph Calandro, Jr., is the enterprise risk manager of a global financial services firm. He previously taught value investing and risk management courses in the MBA program at the University of Connecticut and worked as a financial management consultant with IBM Global Services.
Published July 24, 2009 by McGraw-Hill. 26 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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