The process of determining the value of a company or asset.
The process of analyzing a company or asset to determine its value.
Valuation by Industry Sector
Determining the value of a company based on the industry sector it operates in.
Valuation by Stage or Round of Financing
Determining the value of a company based on the stage or round of financing it is in.
Techniques used to determine the value of a company or asset.
The use of financial models to determine the value of a company or asset.
Ratios used to compare a company’s value to its financial performance.
The risk that a valuation is inaccurate or unreliable.
Professional services that provide valuation analysis.
Methods used to determine the value of a company or asset.
The maximum potential loss of an investment over a given time period.
The unique value a product or service offers to customers.
VaR (Value at Risk) modeling
A statistical method used to estimate the potential loss of an investment.
Private equity investment in early-stage companies.
Venture capital investment
Investment in early-stage companies with high growth potential.
A merger between companies in different stages of the same industry’s supply chain.
A schedule that determines when an employee’s stock options or other benefits become fully owned.
Tools used to enhance communication and understanding, such as charts and graphs.
The degree of variation of a security’s price over time.
A trading strategy that takes advantage of differences in volatility between securities.
Volatility modeling and forecasting
The use of statistical models to predict market volatility.
A graphical representation of the implied volatility of options.
Trading strategies that take advantage of market volatility.
Volume-weighted average price (VWAP)
The average price of a security weighted by its trading volume.
Voluntary lock-up period
A period of time during which shareholders agree not to sell their shares.