Aswath Damodaran Data Update 2016

Aswath Damodaran Data Update 2016

Aswath Damodaran Published on Jan 6, 2016

Each year, I update industry averages for corporate financial and valuation metrics across global companies and my estimates of risk premiums (for the US & other countries). My 2016 update is just done and can be found at…
I hope that you find it useful.

Welcome to my data page. This page contains links to almost everything you ever wanted to know about the data that is available on my site (and more). I have broken the page down into five constituent parts to make it more naviagable.

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  1. About Data: I lay out the history/philosophy of my datasets, the timing of the data, the sources I use and some caveats/rules for data usage.
  2. Data Breakdown: I explain how I break the data down by variable, by industry, by region, by time and by company.
  3. Current Data: This is where the data resides, broken down into corporate finance, valuation and portfolio management sections.
  4. Archived Data: If you need the data from prior years, you will find it here, broken down into corporate finance, valuation and portfolio management sections.
  5. Webcasts/Tools: These are webcasts, tools (spreadsheets), blog posts and writings about data analysis.

The data is updated in the first two weeks of every year and the most recent update was on January 5, 2016. The next major update will be in mid-January 2017, though a few of the data sets will get updated more frequently. The data is broken down by an industry categorization that is my own, but largely derived from industry grouping by my raw data providers. While I would love to share the company-level data (like I used to), I am afraid that I am no longer allowed to do that by the data services.

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Please note that I do not read comments posted here, nor respond to messages here. I don't have the time. If you want my attention, you must seek it directly at my blog. Aswath Damodaran is the Kerschner Family Chair Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University. He teaches the corporate finance and equity valuation courses in the MBA program. He received his MBA and Ph.D from the University of California at Los Angeles. His research interests lie in valuation, portfolio management and applied corporate finance. He has written three books on equity valuation (Damodaran on Valuation, Investment Valuation, The Dark Side of Valuation) and two on corporate finance (Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice, Applied Corporate Finance: A User’s Manual). He has co-edited a book on investment management with Peter Bernstein (Investment Management) and has a book on investment philosophies (Investment Philosophies). His newest book on portfolio management is titled Investment Fables and was released in 2004. His latest book is on the relationship between risk and value, and takes a big picture view of how businesses should deal with risk, and was published in 2007. He was a visiting lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1984 to 1986, where he received the Earl Cheit Outstanding Teaching Award in 1985. He has been at NYU since 1986, received the Stern School of Business Excellence in Teaching Award (awarded by the graduating class) in 1988, 1991, 1992, 1999, 2001, 2007, 2008 and 2009, and was the youngest winner of the University-wide Distinguished Teaching Award (in 1990). He was profiled in Business Week as one of the top twelve business school professors in the United States in 1994.

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