Are you serious? How many hours of research came up with this idea. Online valuation engines definitely are far more manageable, but to try to give a proscribed price range for a unique asset is crazy.
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A study completed by the University of Miami School of Business Administration suggests that fragile market bubbles could be prevented if the public were aware of how assets are valued. The research, set to be published in the Journal of Financial and Qualitative Analysis, analyzed China's 2007 stock market. The study found that stocks with a bigger amount of analyst coverage experienced significantly smaller bubbles than those that weren't covered as well. » Read More
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