"Monte Carlo Simulation: Assessing A Reasonable Degree of Certainty" - The Value Examiner, May/June 2017: This article focuses on incorporating Monte Carlo simulation as a tool to assess one's "reasonable degree of certainty" as it relates to evaluating economic damages. It illustrates this through a simple lost profits analysis and a hypothetical construction delay claim requiring a more complex lost profits analysis. It can be downloaded from the link below. NACVA members can also access it here: http://www.nacva.com/valueexaminer

Article from The Value Examiner May/June 2017 issue published by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts® (NACVA®). All rights reserved. To learn more, please visit http://www.NACVA.com/ValueExaminer

Case Studies

"Financial Forensics Expert Forecasts Damages using @RISK": Solis Financial Forensics LLC was featured in a case study published by Palisade Corporation. The case study focuses on the use of @RISK (Monte Carlo simulation software) and its application to financial forensics. Check it out at: http://www.palisade.com/cases/SolisFinancial.asp

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