Study of Efficacy of in Price of Tehran Securities Exchange

Koosha, Samaneh
February 2013
Advances in Environmental Biology;Feb2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p398
Academic Journal
The intention of this study is to investigate the ability of Valuation Model includes price relation to benefit (multitudinous coefficient) and added value model in predicting market price during 2004 to 2006 in metal, machinery and cement industries. Estimated value of stock and real value is evaluated in order to accuracy of used model. Method of this study is correlation. T model and Pierson correlation model was used to testing thesis. Results showed that efficacy method could be effective in predicting price and stock Financial Analysts


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