Miracle Life is a company with a unique decor and organizational structure. More specifically, it is a network marketing company (also known as multi-level marketing (MLM) company known), which uses a large distribution base, and will depend on this person distributor base to sell their products, provide explicit incentives for these individual traders, both sell their products and sign up other dealers. The case gives students the opportunity to take the skeleton of the discounted cash flow (DCF), a … Read more »

Miracle Life is a company with a unique decor and organizational structure. More specifically, it is a network marketing company (also known as multi-level marketing (MLM) company known), which uses a large distribution base, and will depend on this person distributor base to sell their products, provide explicit incentives for these individual traders, both sell their products and sign up other dealers. The case gives students the opportunity to the skeleton of the discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis to take, and two unique perspectives of an identical problem. Students will then rationalize with this DCF approach to the observed stock prices, which connects the two, and further improving the reconciliation plan for a company’s future growth, and the plausibility of this plan has implications for DCF and common stock prices.
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Lauren H. Cohen,
Christopher Malloy
Source: Harvard Business School
7 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 27, 2009. Prod #: 210039-PDF-ENG
Miracle Life, Inc. HBR case solution

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