Stock Overvaluation Identification Using RKRV Model: Evidence From WSE Cover Image

Wykorzystanie modelu RKRV do identyfikacji przewartościowania akcji na przykładzie GPW
Stock Overvaluation Identification Using RKRV Model: Evidence From WSE

Author(s): Michał Kałdoński, Tomasz Jewartowski
Subject(s): Economy, Business Economy / Management
Published by: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego
Keywords: stock overvaluation; market-to-book ratio; decomposition of market-to-book ratio; Rhodes- Kropf-Robinson-Viswanathan model

Summary/Abstract: Purpose – The aim of the paper is to assess the usefulness of Rhodes-Kropf-Robinson-Viswanathan (RKRV) model in identifying overvalued companies listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange. Design/methodology/approach – The assessment is based on the RKRV model’s classification accuracy, i.e. its relative ability to classify companies as overvalued. The proper classification should give statistically significant differences of overvaluation proxies between overvalued and undervalued companies. Findings – Our research reveals that market-to-book ratio decomposition – which is the key point of RKRV model – helps to identify overvalued companies more precisely than the raw ratio or the industry-adjusted ratio. Originality/value – Our paper ads to the literature on the methods used to identify stock overvaluation on the Polish capital market.

  • Issue Year: 2017
  • Issue No: 89 (2)
  • Page Range: 89-103
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Polish