Transparent Value LLC Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Leading the Dow Jones company recently signed a licensing and co-marketing agreement with transparent Value LLC, the creator of a new framework based on the assessment methodology. The agreement allowed the Dow Jones index family to offer based on a transparent methodology of Value. Methodology browsing stock prices as brightest and most reliable signals the market's expectations about the future of the company, as well as use a reverse discounted cash flow (RDCF) valuation model to calculate the income needed to support a given stock price for the company. Then, the methodology used by the probability that the company will achieve the necessary revenue in the next 12 months, based on his past track record. In addition, the methodology tends to specifics. For example, whenever possible, transparent price tends to determine what companies need to do in their work to achieve the desired income. Called "business performance requirements", this could include the number of new store openings, or the number of sales per unit of output are needed, as two examples. Fictitious character case, business development manager at the leading money management firm, seeks to launch exchange-traded funds (ETF), using as a basis the index benchmark index. She must decide whether to base their products on the index ETF Dow Jones - Transparent indexes Value. The case study provides an overview of stock market indices and ETF, and step-by-step description of the methodology transparent price labels. "Hide
by Sharon Katz, Krishna G. Palepu, Aldo Sesia Source: Harvard Business School 28 pages. Publication Date: March 24, 2008. Prod. #: 108069-PDF-ENG

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