anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi folks, I am looking for total beta's for European industries.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Morris, I don't think you will find this. Perhaps, I will start reporting total betas next year. You can construct them on your own, if you have access to Capital IQ, but it will take a little work. Why do you need them? Are you valuing private European businesses with undiversified owners/buyers?
luigi
  • luigi
too me i need a total beta to evaluate a investment of private firm in europe.. with approach Npv.. sorry but the file excel that you have charged on your website is for european industry uncorrect??
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know whether we are talking about the same thing but the total beta is a measure I devised for estimating the cost of equity for privately owned firms that are being valued for sale to an undiversified investor. I report market betas for European companies (and those numbers are correct) but I have never reported total betas.

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luigi
  • luigi
dear teacher i would evaluate an investment of private owned firm.. than i have to use a total beta i can calculate it using the beta unlevered of firm diversified investor is correct??
luigi
  • luigi
\[total \beta=\beta unlevere/\sqrt{R ^{2}}\]

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