ABNORMAL EARNINGS VALUATION MODEL
A way to determine a company's value based on the earnings and book value. Known to others as residual income model, it checks if whether the decisions of the management had cause a company towards a better performance or worsen the anticipated effect. The model indicates that investors must pay more than the book value if the earnings are higher than initially expected and pay less than the book value in case the earnings are lower than the initial assessment.
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