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Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Methods: Examples of Perpetuities, Constant Growth and General Case


Pablo Fernandez


University of Navarra - IESE Business School

November 14, 2013


Abstract:     
This paper explores the discounted cash flow valuation methods. We start the paper with the simplest case: no-growth, perpetual-life companies. Then we will study the continuous growth case and, finally, the general case.

The different concepts of cash flow used in company valuation are defined: equity cash flow (ECF), free cash flow (FCF), and capital cash flow (CCF). Then the appropriate discount rate is determined for each cash flow depending on the valuation method used.

Our starting point will be the principle by which the value of a company's equity is the same, whichever of the four traditional discounted cash flow formulae is used. This is logical: given the same expected cash flows, it would not be reasonable for the equity's value to depend on the valuation method.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 20

Keywords: discounted cash flow valuation, cash flow valuation, value of tax shields, required return to equity

JEL Classification: G12, G31, G32

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Date posted: June 14, 2005 ; Last revised: November 24, 2013

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Fernandez, Pablo, Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Methods: Examples of Perpetuities, Constant Growth and General Case (November 14, 2013). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=743229 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.743229

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Pablo Fernandez (Contact Author)
University of Navarra - IESE Business School ( email )
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