Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Model
A step by step discounted cash flow analysis tutorial (DCF model)
DCF analysis is a valuation method which uses future cash flow predictions to estimate investment return potential by discounting these projections to a present value approximation and using this to assess the attractiveness of the investment.
The aim of this simple tutorial is to provide a good understanding of the DCF model and how it works. To further improve and develop your understanding and get a more in-depth view, this modelling package (https://gv142.isrefer.com/go/busval/bval/) is considered to be one of the best available financial modelling tutorials out there.
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