A Business Valuation Bubble? Reviewed by Momizat on . Since 2008, policymakers have kept interest rates at or near zero. All this cheap money was intended to heal the wounds of the financial crisis and encourage bu Since 2008, policymakers have kept interest rates at or near zero. All this cheap money was intended to heal the wounds of the financial crisis and encourage bu Rating: 0
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A Business Valuation Bubble?

dollarviceSince 2008, policymakers have kept interest rates at or near zero. All this cheap money was intended to heal the wounds of the financial crisis and encourage business owners to invest in and grow their businesses. Although this approach has helped a bit, business valuations tend to be running at higher than usual rates. AVC.com has reviewed recent data and determined whether this is a business valuation bubble forming and when it may burst. Of concern are non-linear asset value/earnings ratios that go against the norm. You can read the full article below.

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