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The Discounted Free Cash Flow (DCF) method is a widely accepted valuation method. The DCF method discounts the expected free cash flows (e.g. to the firm, to equity shareholders or investors) and calculates the Net Present Value (NPV).

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This financial model can be used to evaluate the financial feasibility of a real estate development project and present it in investor grade quality to your partners. There is everything in there which is needed…

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The Restaurant Valuation Model assists entrepreneurs to quickly derive a financial plan for a restaurant chains. The restaurants can either be owned or operated by third-parties as Franchise.

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A tool to compare the NPV (net present value) of mining bitcoin in-house for a certain amount of months and then switching over to cloud mining afterwards.

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This Valuation Model templates provides a framework to forecast the cash flows of a can food manufacturing company and derives its Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) value.

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