In finance, discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis is a method of valuing a project, company, or asset using the concepts of the time value of money. All future cash flows are estimated and discounted by using cost of capital to give their present values (PVs).

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How can you find change in working capital and capital expenditures without a balance sheet?

I'm working with the following information trying to work through a valuation exercise and I'm absolutely stuck. How can I find ∆WC and CAPX with this information?
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Simulating stock price with Monte Carlo under uncertainity

I'm trying to perform Monte Carlo simulation in order to check to what extent target price derived from Discounted Cash Flow(DCF) model may be influenced by changes in variables which are: EUR ...
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Valuing corporate EUR loan of US entity? Which discount rate to use? US or EU?

If a US entity borrows in EUR and I need to perform a DCF valuation on that borrowing, should I use USD based curve (for the appropriate rating) or EUR based curves? In other words do I use the ...
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Using Gordon's Growth Model to find value of corporation

This is a question posed to us by my professor in my finance class. I was under the impression that the Gordon Growth Model was used to find the intrinsic value of a stock, but I am unsure how to plug ...
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Logic behind Gordon Growth Model in a DCF analysis?

Sorry, I wanted to ask this on the finance/money forum, but they don't support LaTeX there. Let's say we are valuing a company using the DCF methodology with a 5-year projection period. We project ...