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what would be a good approximation for beta on a fishing company

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  1. anonymous
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    Look at publicly traded comparable firms data.

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    Here as some possibilities: food processing, agricultural products, farming....

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    Aswath, fishing appears to have more risk,on the water), and might require a higher discount rate. It might have beta different from agriculture and farming.

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