Can Current Market Valuations Be Justified – Mergers & Acquisitions


Posted in: Economics, Stock Market, Thought of the Week

Global Financial Private Capital’s investment committee sheds some light this week on an element of their thought process: Thinking like a Private Equity firm. That means they look for companies to round out the investment portfolio with qualities that suggest M&A potential. While they are NOT a Private Equity firm, with its attendant risk profile, they think like a PE firm in that they search for high quality businesses that offer an attractive yield at a temporarily discounted price. They share the PE firm’s focus on seeking out firms with rising cash flow opportunities. Read on.

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