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Archive for July, 2015

The discounted cash flow (DCF) method is ubiquitous in valuation of businesses and business assets. The net present value analysis is the extension of the standard DCF technique in valuing capital investment projects. Such projects cover business valuation in acquisition scenarios as well as purchases of equipment and machinery. Yet with all the popularity of… Continue Reading

If you are like most business people, figuring out the value of a public company seems straightforward. There is plenty of up to the minute information on the company’s stock price. Public companies have a large number of investors who pay close attention to business performance and actively trade its shares of stock. This gives… Continue Reading

Are you troubled with the results you get from your business valuation? It is not uncommon for people to have an expectation before the business value analysis is completed. When the results you get are way off base, you may wonder what went wrong. This may be the case whether you do your own valuation… Continue Reading