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Is It Time to Terminate the Traditional Terminal Value?

All corporate valuation models rely on very long forecasts of free cash flows. The only question is whether those forecasts are accounted for explicitly by using an extended valuation model or implicitly in an estimate of the terminal value after an explicit short-term forecast period of five to ten years. Given current computing technology, there are good reasons to use projections running out multiple decades. Doing so gives a clearer picture of the long-run issues ...

Back to the Future? Exploding the Income Approach

Seeing the future? Compensating for excessive compensation? The feared levering and unlevering! What to do? Well don’t discount the advice of this expert panel as they work their way through the income approach from top to bottom. Join Bethany Hearn, Brenda Clarke, Kevin Yeanoplos, and Bob Dohmeyer in this entertaining and engaging web workshop. Half this event will focus on the numerator with a curated selection of hot issues such as forecasting, free cash flow ...

Computing terminal value

In reviewing the Cost of Capital book, page 16, we noted Dr. Pratt's comments about the error in treating EBITDA as free cash flow. We also noted that Dr. Pratt utilizes net cash flow in his discussion of the Gordon Growth Model and the Two-Stage Model shown on pages 25 to 29.

Valuation of high-tech companies requires modification of standard approaches

The valuation of early stage technology companies ("high-tech") is significantly more challenging than valuing more mature businesses in other industries. These companies are commonly characterized by ...

"Business Transition: How to Value Your Financial Planning Practice"

Pollock, Stanley L ., " Business Transition: How to Value Your Financial Planning Practice " Journal of Financial Planning , June 1998, pp. 64-71. When working with clients, financial planners de ...

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