Help! How did he get WD-40 IV=$333mil?


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Initial post: Jul 14, 2007 10:58:59 PM PDT
J. Shaw says:
Need some help. On page 104 he says "In this case, that would put the intrinsic value of a share at $21.35 and of the company at $333 million". How did he come up with this IV?

Book Value = $55 mil
Repro. Cost = $180 mil, and assuming 8% Cost of Cap
EPV = $274 mil

So where did $333 mil come from? If this is EPV, then where did he get 6.6% Cost of Cap. rate?

Thanks in advance.
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