Comp Tables as of Mar. 9, 2020: Stocks drop 22% on average, compressing multiples further

These comp tables provide a benchmark for private investors to evaluate existing and future investments, a way for companies to judge their own valuations for current and future capital raises as well as a menu for public investors to peruse.

Tracking the multiples and estimates over time can show how the returns of the stock are decomposed in changes in expectations (sales and EBITDA estimates) and the cost of capital (i.e., multiples applied to those estimates).

The shares outstanding and net debt levels for most companies have been adjusted for future dilution by including in-the-money warrants, options, convertible debt and shares to be issued in pending acquisitions.

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