Multiple expansion is a form of arbitrage where a buyer pays an entry valuation multiple that is lower than the exit valuation multiple. Essentially, multiple expansion is the concept of buying low and selling high. The initial investment is at a lower multiple because the company is smaller, has higher risk, or a lack of process, but the exit is...
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