• 00:07

    PODCAST: The AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services (FVS) Conference

    in Finance

    The AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services (FVS) Conference is the premier forum that brings together influential forensic and business valuation experts for thoughtful and insightful perspectives from the two disciplines.


    The conference, which will be held November 9-11, 2014, in New Orleans.  Nathan DiNatale, a Principal of SC&H Group’s Business Valuation and Litigation Support Services practice, is offering insights on what to expect at the event.

  • 00:31

    Learn How to Invest In Real Estate from a Valuation Specialist-Part 2

    in Entertainment

    Mark Jackson, Founder of InvestorCompsOnline


    Mark Jackson fondly known as MJ has become the go to Valuation Specialist for people who want to achieve more in their real estate investing business and their lives.


    In 1999, MJ founded an appraisal company and soon after found his true gift was Analyzing Property value for real estate investors. Once MJ began investing himself, the flood gates opened.


    Since 2000, MJ has closed numerous real estate transactions across the country using a valuation first approach. MJ’s company InvestorCompsOnline was created to help investors domestically and internationally do exactly the same.  He comes back to Lets Chat Radio by popular demand to share more information with us.

  • 00:07

    The AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services (FVS) Conference

    in Technology

    The AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services (FVS) Conference is the premier forum that brings together influential forensic and business valuation experts for thoughtful and insightful perspectives from the two disciplines.


    The conference, which will be held November 9-11, 2014, in New Orleans.  Nathan DiNatale, a Principal of SC&H Group’s Business Valuation and Litigation Support Services practice, is offering insights on what to expect at the event.

  • 00:31

    Valuation for Privately Owned Businesses

    in Business

    Business valuation isn't just used when selling your business. It can serve as a periodic checkup. You'll see the process used to estimate the value of a partners' ownership and in retirement planning. It is necessary in disputes related to estate value and divorce litigation. This show explores the topic and includes important information such as factors that affect value and different approaches to valuation.
    We welcome Barbara Taylor of Synergy Business Services to this episode of Business: Engaged! She is a regular contributor to the New York Times’ online feature “You’re the Boss – the Art of Running a Small Business.” Her blog Transaction addresses the mechanics of buying, selling, and valuing privately-held companies. CBS MoneyWatch named Barbara Taylor one of “7 People Every Entrepreneur Should Follow on Twitter."
    Click here to learn more about Synergy Business Services. You can also follow Barbara on Twitter at @synergybiznwa.
    Click here to see Barbara's blog posts on You're the Boss: The Art of Running a Small Business.
    This show originally aired on May 14, 2012 on my former radio network. It is the first of the original 36 episodes I'll be transitioning over to BlogTalkRadio.
    Click here for the list of past shows.

  • 00:23

    Company Valuation and Securities Pricing

    in Business

                The valuation of your company, using the Wall Street pricing model, utilizes the P/E ratio as its core-pricing component. That component is determined primarily by the estimated annual earnings growth rate. Once again, although illustrating a healthy annual earnings growth rate is important, it is more important that the growth rate be as realistic and conservative as possible. You should not be concerned when calculating the revenue growth rate, which would ultimately lead to the net earnings growth rate, about how a slow conservative growth rate may relate to the estimated internal rate of return of a particular security.
    Learn how to value your company pre capital as well as post capital. Learn how to price your common and preferred stock, as well as, Notes & Bonds – convertible or otherwise.

  • 00:02

    Valuation is a Moving Target (1m) Z. Christopher Mercer

    in Management

    Z. Christopher Mercer, of Mercer Capital, discusses how business valuation can fluctuate from time to time and why you need to stress-test your Buy-Sell regularly. Of particular note is Chris’ Blog, and we recommend you check out www.ChrisMercer.net

    See the Index for more on this Topic or by this Guest. Listen on iTunes: iTunes.ExitcoachRadio.com .

  • 00:45

    Devin Smith is chasing Secretariat

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 2.34: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion regrets the anticlimactic ending of the previous show.


    Atlanta drafting Phillip Dorsett would be a boon for Matt Ryan and Roddy White and Julio Jones. 


    Despite already having Kenny Stills playing split end, Mel Kiper still thinks the Miami Dolphins need a field stretcher.


    Contrived-pensive headshots are still a thing on LinkedIn. 


    Devin Smith has showmanship bias, recency bias, and exposure bias built into both his NFL Draft and fantasy football valuation. 


    Matt Kelley's wife needed to overhear his named mentioned at a cocktail party before conceding he is the real deal.


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:26

    Cultivating a Culture of Entrepreneurship to Grow Your Company

    in Entrepreneur

    On this episode of Smart Companies KC, host Kelly Scanlon visits with Laird Goldsborough, President of Valbridge Property Advisors | Shaner Appraisals, a full-service commercial real estate valuation and consulting firm. While the majority of their work is completed for financing purposes, the firm also has extensive experience in real estate litigation support, property tax appeals, ownership disputes, expert witness testimony, conservation easement valuation, eminent domain and more. 


    In addition to the real estate industry Laird shares his philosophy of growing your company by bringing a culture of entrepreneurship to your business allowing your employees to be the best that they can be without the risk of going it alone.


    To hear more shows with host Kelly Scanlon, Please visit our archives 

  • 00:43

    GET YOUR OWN S@!&!!! = HOW TO KNOW WHAT YOU WANT & HOW TO GO GET WHAT YOU WANT

    in Business

    THE SEVEN LAWS OF MAGNETISM OR THE MAGIC NET 


    FIRST LAW: Discovery of endowment. The limits of magnetic endowment latent in every normalperson emerge only through prolonged effort in the culture of magnetism.SECOND LAW: Difficult environment. Magnetism develops in direct proportion to the difficulty ofenvironment.THIRD LAW: Magnetic intention. Magnetism evolves solely through multiplication of endowmentinto environment by the persistent magnetic intention.FOURTH LAW: Free adjustment. The culture of magnetism imperatively demands that centraladjustment of the self to all powers which realizes in absolute psychic freedom.FIFTH LAW: Concentration. The magnetic multiplication of endowment into environment is onlypossible to intense, persistent and unified concentration to the methods of Success-Magnetism.SIXTH LAW: Purpose-ideals. Growth of noblest magnetism depends, in the larger sense, upongeneral adherence to a single, preeminent, ideal life-purpose, and, in the particular sense, uponspecialization of the individual in studied magnetic conduct related to that end.SEVENTH LAW: Receptivity. The highest magnetism realizes through magnetic laws in proportionas the inner self maintains alert receptivity to the Universal Forces.


    THIRTEENTH LAW: Self-valuation. Other things being equal, magnetism unfolds as gratifying, butunostentatious, self- valuation develops.


     

  • 00:56

    Hotel Valuation and the Appraisal Institute

    in Finance

    Hotel Valuation and the Appraisal Institute

  • 01:16

    Casino City Gang: Colossal thinking edition

    in Sports

    Casino City's Vin Narayanan and Dan Podheiser discuss the Colossus becoming a possibly record-breaking tournament at the World Series of Poker and what that means for entrants, the colossal problems the Chinese government is causing for Macau casinos, and the colossal valuation of DraftKings -- and whether Disney will buy them. They close the show with their Final Four picks.

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