## Crypto-mining Product Brokers Reveal Bit Harp Scam...

Fri, 04 Oct 2019 |
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Los Angeles, Calif., October 2, 2019 -- Bitcoin mining brokers have been talking about a scam that has been circulating the internet. The company is called BitHarp, and it sells cryptomining devices that it claims disrupt the industry. It markets the devices to new or aspiring miners and claims that the easy-to-use devices can be utilized at home, in data centers or at offices. On its website, it lists two cryptomining devices for sale. One is called the Lyre, which is a smaller liquid mining...

- A Earnings Announcements
- A philosophical basis for valuation
- Trouble Shooting Guide What is wrong with this valuation DDM 2 St
- Accounting Principles Underlying Asset Measurement
- Accounting Principles Underlying Liability and Equity Measurement
- Accounting Principles Underlying Measurement of Earnings and Profitability
- Accounting Principles Underlying Risk Measurement
- Accounting versus Financial Balance Sheets
- Adjusting Book Equity for Buybacks and Acquisitions
- Adjusting Earnings
- American Versus European Options Variables Relating To Early Exercise
- An Alternative Approach Implied Equity Premiums
- Analyst Estimates of Growth
- Approaches To Valuation
- APV without bankruptcy costs
- Asset Based Valuation Models
- Asset Measurement and Valuation
- Assets
- Average and Marginal Returns
- B Investment and Project Announcements
- Behavioral Finance and Valuation
- Best Practices at Firms
- Book Value Multiples
- Multifactor Models for risk and return
- Call and Put Options Description and Payoff Diagrams
- Cash Flows and Risk free Rates The Consistency Principle
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- Closing Thoughts on Terminal Value
- Closure in Valuation
- Closure In Valuation Estimating Terminal Value
- Competing Views on Risk Premiums
- Conclusion - 2 3 4 5 6
- Correcting Earnings Misclassification
- Cost of Equity and a Small Firm Premium
- Current Liabilities
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- D exp2 06505
- Regression or Proxy Models
- D2 d1 o 4t
- Dealing with Tax Subsidies
- Default Spreads and Bond Maturity
- Definition - 2
- Definitions of PE ratio
- Differences in accounting standards and practices
- Differential
- E R Rf p GNp E Rgnp Rf J Pi E R Rf J Pa E R Rf J
- Earnings Multiples
- Ebiti
- Enterprise Value to Ebitda multiples
- Equity Risk and Expected Return
- Equity Risk Premiums
- ER Rf p 1ER Rf J p2 ER Rf J Pn ER Rf J
- Estimating Default Spreads
- Estimating Equity Value Per Share
- Estimating Growth
- Estimating Risk Parameters And Costs Of Financing
- Estimating the Premium for Voting Rights
- Estimating the Probability of Distress
- Estimating the Value of Holdings in Private Companies
- Evebitda
- Expected Return
- FCFE Valuation Models
- Firm Valuation Cost Of Capital And Apv Approaches
- Firm Valuation The APV approach
- Forward PE Payout Ratio EPSk gn
- Free Cash Flow To Equity Discount Models
- From Black Scholes to Binomial
- From Earnings To Cash Flows
- Fundamental Principles Of Relative Valuation
- Generalities about Valuation
- Gerge Efjtf Hilf To Market QTradl
- Gn OkcJ
- High Growth Periods without a high growth rate or a negative growth rate
- Historical Growth
- How well do betas travel
- Defining Risk
- Return on Assets ROA Return on Capital ROC
- IfTDH CHtKT L fcft
- Diversifiable and Nondiversifiable Risk
- Return on Equity
- Models Measuring Market Risk
- The EModel A Three Stage FCFE Model
- Implications of market efficiency
- Index Domination and Beta Estimates
- Info - 2 3 4 5
- Introduction To Valuation
- Investment Valuation Second Edition
- J10 J 1 2012
- L25
- Liabilities - 2
- Management and Employee Options
- Market Efficiency and Investment Valuation
- Market Efficiency Definition Tests And Evidence
- Market Inefficiencies and Money Manager Performance
- Market Reaction to Information Events
- Market Value Weights Cost of Capital and Circular Reasoning
- Measuring Accounting Earnings and Profitability
- Measuring Earnings
- Measuring Earnings and Profitability
- Measuring Risk
- Models of Default Risk
- N n
- Necessary conditions for market efficiency
- Net Capital Expenditures
- Option Pricing Models
- Option Pricing Theory And Models
- Period EjJeekly Sange EBEffiE To VJMTHlii
- Potential Pitfalls
- Price to Book Equity
- Problems - 2 3 4 5 6
- R E R m a
- Real versus Nominal Risk free Rates
- Reconciling Relative and Discounted Cash Flow Valuations
- Reinvestment Assumptions Terminal Value and Equity Value
- Relative PE Ratios
- Requirements for an Asset to be Riskfree
- Revenue Multiples And Sectorspecific Multiples
- Risk free Rates when there is no Defaultfree Entity
- Riskless Rates And Risk Premiums
- ROC D roc i1 1 NI Inl1tD fNIIn1MO
- Solving for D and B D 57 B 225 Buy 57 shares Borrow 225
- Some lesser sins that can be a problem
- Standardized Values and Multiples
- Summary - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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- The Basic Accounting Statements
- The Basics Of Risk
- The Biases in Equity Research
- The Cardinal Sins in testing Market Efficiency
- The Cost of Equity and Capital
- The Determinants of Default Risk
- The Fundamental Determinants of Growth
- The General Model
- The Historical Premium Approach An Examination
- The Importance of Growth
- The Magnitude of the Option Overhang
- The Phenomenon of Managed Earnings
- The Practical Implications when a Defaultfree Entity exists
- The Qualitative Aspects of Growth
- The Repricing of Options Effects on Value
- The Survival Issue
- The Tax Effect
- The Value of Transparency
- Titan CertHT HJ
- Value Multiples Variants
- Value per Share when voting rights vary
- Valuing the pieces rather than the whole
- Warning Signs in Earnings Reports
- What about other commitments
- What is an efficient market
- What is wrong with this model 3 stage DDM
- What we do in practice
- What we would like to measure
- Whose Growth rate
- Why Diversification reduces or eliminates Firmspecific Risk An Intuitive Explanation
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