Forecasting the Revenues of Internet Firms - introduction

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Back to Basics: Forecasting the Revenues of Internet Firms
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Team members Venessa Chow  Mable Chan David Yuen Kenix Wong Rosanna Yeung Wallace Cheng Man-Lung Nip
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Back to Basics: Forecasting the  Revenues of Internet Firms Brett Trueman M. H. Franco Wong Xiao-Jun Zhang Review of Accounting Studies, 6, 305-329, 2001
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Introduction Forecasting Revenues An essential first step in the valuation of any  publicly traded company In the internet industry, few firms can make  profits Turn to the price/revenue ratio in stead of price/ earnings ratio
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Introduction Past Revenues Web Usage Data Web site pageviews Visitors Minutes spent per page Analysts’ Forecast
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Introduction Two kinds of Internet Firms The p/c firms The e-tailers firms The p/c firms Primarily portals Providing a gateway to the internet
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