About Time and Price Estimators

MARKETING PERIOD ESTIMATOR
marketing-period-estimator-graphFeatures:
Use this application to estimate the period of time needed to sell a privately held business interest.

Select the population or any combination of the 14 drop-downs of population subcategories (SIC, NAICS, State or Region of Business, Valuation Month, Valuation Year, Asking Price, Number of Employees, Years in Business, Annual Revenue, Gross Profit, Operating Profit, Earnings before Taxes, Total Assets, Stockholders’ Equity). Alternatively, enter a mean and standard deviation for a population or any combination of fields corresponding to the labels of our drop-downs. The estimator will provide:

  • The mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation of the marketing period for the selected or specified population, or for the combined marketing period subcategories.
  • Applicable probability graphs.
  • Tables that support the graphs.

Caution: The results of the marketing period estimator are not specific to a particular valuation date unless you specify a date-specific marketing period mean and standard deviation.

PRICE VOLATILITY ESTIMATOR
price-volatility-estimatorFeatures:
Use this application to estimate the price risks associated with an asset.

Provide the stock ticker symbol for up to 20 guideline companies, or specify a price volatility mean and standard deviation. The estimator will provide:

  • The mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation of price volatility measured using 50-day, 100-day, 250-day, and 500-day price look-back periods ending with the valuation date specified by the user.

Or

  • The mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation of price volatility measured using a look-back period specified by the user.

And

  • Applicable probability graphs.
  • Tables that support the graphs.

Caution: The results of the price volatility estimator are specific to either the valuation date, or the alternative price volatility mean and standard deviation, that you specify.