More Valuation Case Studies

Grounhog day

Below are links to case studies. Click on the link, then download the document. Then  a message will pop up saying the page is locked, then click OK, then click on connect and the document should open.   Let me know which ones you work on and then we can collaborate.

Update: Sorry! I found out that the pass-code only works on one computer.  The only way to share these is to print them out and scan them into the computer. Unfortunately, I lack the time and the scanner. However, now you know you can go to

https://www.iveycases.com/  then type in the name of the company in the SEARCH BOX at the top right hand corner of your screen and pay a few bucks and download them if you are seeking valuation case studies.  Each case comes with a free Excel spreadsheet  like this for Harley Davidson, Harley Davidson Worksheet. Again, here is another way to practice. Another is to read the next post on Dell.  I believe in sharing all but others have a different opinion. I added files that can be opened directly.

  •  National Presto Case Study:
  • Sanderson Farms:
  • Laz-E-Boy:
  • Dun and Bradstreet:
  • Brinks:
  • Harley Davidson:

Valuing_Internet_Ventures

Value_Investing_vs._Modern_Portfolio_Theory

Seasonal_Behavior_of_Value_vs_Growth

Do_Value_Investors_Add_Value(short)

Have a Great Weekend and See YOU Next Week.

7 Responses to More Valuation Case Studies

  1. Thanks for the cases. The files open, but the content is blocked from view until a code is entered at the prompt.

  2. OK, Kevin, I see what you mean.

    Let me see what I can do. I will be back.

  3. Yeah I had the same problem. Not sure if this is a private case study but the username and password fields are required to see the contents of the document. I’m not sure what those are or how to bypass it. I only looked at the DNB study, not the others.

  4. Thanks for sharing the cases. I tried looking at the Brinks case study and had the same issue as the other commenters.

  5. I can’t find the studies on Ivey Publishing. Do you have a direct link to the studies or words we can search for to find the studies?

  6. Dear Dersky:

    See my update in the post above.

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