Discounted Cash Flow DCF Valuation, Learn DCF valuation techniques wherein you shall understand the techniques right from scratch on a financial model.
This course is dedicated to learning about this most commonly used DCF valuation techniques wherein you shall understand its techniques right from scratch on a financial model. One of the valuation methods Discounted Cash Flows (DCF) is used to determine the worth of investing. With the help of practical application and examples you shall understand different valuation methods available to investors, what is DCF? , where is it used, benefits of using DCF – comparability with other methods, projecting cash flows, determining levered and unlevered beta, calculating cost of equity, calculating after tax cost of debt, calculating WACC, calculating a terminal value using Gordon growth as well as the multiples method, discounting the cash flows at WACC, finding the per share intrinsic value, concluding the analysis, creating share price sensitivity tables and constructing a football field valuation
In this course, we will learn:
- Introduction Discounted Cash Flow
- Absolute Valuation
- DCF Advantages
- Case Study
- Net Debt and Cost of Debt
In this valuation certification course, we will talk about the financial modeling of a sector. First, you will learn about the sector briefly, and then gradually you will learn how to feed historical value, how to look at different financial statements, and follow projections, link other financial statements, and do valuation. By joining this training you would benefit by::
- Learning how to do DCF valuations on companies financial statements
- Learning how to find the per share intrinsic value
- DCF Valuation techniques.