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What's a company worth?

I was poking around the internet today to get some idea about the distressed asset strategies that JP Morgan is employing regarding WaMu and -- potentially -- Wachovia. I found this fascinating link that looks at the relative merits of the class capital asset pricing model (CAPM). It rains hard on CAPM, and makes some really interesting observations about what market behaviors of stock pricing and purchasing really mean.

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