D.Com. / Valuation is an intricate and complex problem. There are many approaches and models pertaining to this problem. The result of all these approaches is that investors are still confused because they are not fully, acquinted with the problems and strengths of the different approaches and models. It is therefore important to try to soIve this problem. The object of the study is to examine all the different approaches, especially the Capital Asset Pricing Model which has undergone extensive development. The literature is thoroughly discussed and various theoretical models which can be used in the valuation process are evaluated critically. The models which are discussed range from the traditional models to the more modern models of valuation. By using the information of 60 shares, the different approaches are empirically tested and practical problems are discussed.
|Date||11 February 2015|
|Source Sets||South African National ETD Portal|
|Rights||University of Johannesburg|
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