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Time Value of Money

See Also: Valuation Methods Adjusted Present Value (AVP) Net Present Value Method Internal Rate of Return Method Required Rate of Return Time Value of Money (TVM) Time value of money is the difference between an amount of money in the present and that same amount of money in the future. Having money now is more

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Profitability Index Method Formula

See Also: Profitability Index Method Profitability Index Method Formula Use the following formula where PV = the present value of the future cash flows in question. Profitability Index = (PV of future cash flows) ÷ Initial investment Or = (NPV + Initial investment) ÷ Initial Investment: As one would expect, the NPV stands for the Net Present Value of

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Profitability Index Method

See Also: Profitability Index Method Formula Net Present Value Method Net Present Value versus Internal Rate of Return Time Value of Money Adjusted Present Value (APV) Method of Valuation Future Value Profitability Index Definition Profitability index method measures the present value of benefits for every dollar investment. In other words, it involves the ratio that

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Present Value (PV)

See Also: Future Value Adjusted Present Value (APV) Net Present Value Method Investment Analysis Discount Rate Present Value (PV) Definition The present value is simply the value of future dollars or currency in present day terms. The present value is simply answering the question how much a dollar in the future is worth today. Present

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Adjusted Present Value (APV) Method of Valuation

See Also: Valuation Methods Net Present Value Method Internal Rate of Return Method NPV vs IRR Capitalization Adjusted Present Value (APV) Method of Valuation is the net present value of a project if financed solely by equity (present value of un-leveraged cash flows) plus the present value of all the benefits of financing. Use this

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Net Present Value Method

See also: Valuation Methods Adjusted Present Value Method Internal Rate of Return Method Time Value of Money Capital Budgeting Methods Rule of 72 Net Present Value Definition Net Present Value (NPV) is defined as the present value of the future net cash flows from an investment project. NPV is one of the main ways to evaluate

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NPV vs Payback Method

See Also: Payback Period Method Bailout Payback Method Rule of 72 NPV vs Payback Method NPV (Net Present Value) is calculated in terms of currency while Payback method refers to the period of time required for the return on an investment to repay the total initial investment. Payback, NPV and many other measurements form a

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Internal Rate of Return Method

See also: Internal Rate Of Return Example NPV versus IRR Owner’s Equity Net Present Value (NPV) vs Payback Method Cost of Capital Valuation Methods Internal Rate of Return Method Definition The Internal Rate of Return method is the process of applying a discount rate that results in the present value of future net cash flows

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Future Value

See Also: Valuation Methods Net Present Value Method Adjusted Present Value (APV) Method Present Value (PV) Opportunity Cost Future Value Definition Future value (FV) is the value of a sum of money at a future point in time for a given interest rate. The idea is to adjust the present value of a sum of

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Discounted Cash Flow versus Internal Rate of Return (dcf vs irr)

See Also: Net Present Value versus Internal Rate of Return Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Internal Rate of Return Method Net Present Value Method Free Cash Flow Analysis Discounted Cash Flow versus Internal Rate of Return A lot of people get confused about discounted cash flows (DCF) and its relation or difference to the net present

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Discount Rate

See Also: EBITDA Definition Cost of Capital Funding Arbitrage Pricing Theory Capital Budgeting Methods Required Rate of Return Discount Rate Definition The discount rate definition, also known as hurdle rate, is a general term for any rate used in finding the present value of a future cash flow. In a discounted cash flow (DCF) model,

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Capital Asset Pricing Model

See Also: Cost of Capital Cost of Capital Funding Arbitrage Pricing Theory APV Valuation Capital Budgeting Methods Discount Rates NPV Required Rate of Return Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is an equilibrium model that measures the relationship between risk and expected return of an asset based on the asset’s

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