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Title: A Review and Synthesis of Research on Analysts’ Valuation Process Beyond Approaches and Models
Other Titles: Ανασκόπηση και Σύνθεση της Έρευνας σχετικά με τη Διαδικασία Αποτίμησης των Αναλυτών πέρα από Προσεγγίσεις και Μοντέλα
Authors: Dimitriou, Maria
Chairs: Lambertides, Neophytos
Merika, Anna
Type: Conference Paper
Subjects: FRASCATI::Social sciences
FRASCATI::Social sciences
Keywords: Security Analysis
Financial Analyst
Sell-side Equity Analyst
Equity Valuation
Valuation Errors
Information Uncertainty
Stock Recommendations
Valuation Approaches
Valuation Model
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Publisher: Multinational Finance Society - C/O Global Business Publications
Volume Title: 5th Spring Conference of the Multinational Finance Society
Abstract: During the past few decades, accounting and finance researchers, both academic and investment industry researchers have been interested in analysts’ valuation approaches and models determining the intrinsic value of an ownership stake, analysts’ target price, earnings forecasts, valuation errors and stock recommendation. This survey examines publicly available articles based on accepted valuation theory, that explore this issue to determine researchers’ methods of studying this process. This survey has found that few researchers study analysts’ valuation processes from the sell-side analyst approach. Instead, many use the approach of empirical studies (based on elements of analyst reports and interviews). This research suggests the need to approach the valuation process from the sell-side analyst approach, for example, by investment research report as it shares lots of information that better serves society and economies to grow.
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