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The Discounted Cash Flow Analysis (DCF) is one of the most widely used and accepted methods for calculating the intrinsic value of a company. In simple terms, discounted cash flow tries to work out the value of an asset [...]

Comments: 1 1Post Date: June 3, 2015

Discounted Cash Flow Analysis: Pros And Cons

A DCF valuation attempts to get to the value of a company in the most direct manner possible: a company’s worth is equal to the current value of the cash flows it will generate in the future. In this respect, [...]

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capital asset pricing model

Applications Of Capital Asset Pricing Model

The world of finance and valuation is a mix of art and science where every variable utilized has its own significance and a discount rate or required rate of return is one of them. Weighted Average Cost of Capital [...]

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Once a simple activity of raising capital has today become one of the most complex and carefully thought decision by corporates, during which everything from the cost of capital, return on equity to credit rating is considered before the [...]

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Guideline Publicly Traded Company Method

Guideline Publicly Traded Company Method – A Deeper Insight

Guideline Publicly Traded Company Method, sometimes known as Market Approach is one of the most commonly used valuation technique because it generally requires least assumptions. Over the years this method has become a valuation cornerstone. However, this approach is [...]

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