Valuing companies by cash flow discounting: Ten methods and nine theories

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Fernández , Pablo;
(2002)
  • Subject: Financial management; Company valuation
    • jel: jel:G30

This paper is a summarized compendium of all the methods and theories on company valuation using cash flow discounting. The paper shows the ten most commonly used methods for valuing companies by cash flow discounting: 1) free cash flow discounted at the WACC; 2) equity... View more
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