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I'm wondering if I should take your FMVA certification, but the lesson for DCF in this video concerns me. How can you argue that a companys cashflow will grow 10% each year in perpetuity? For the economy only 2-3% growth is expected. Doesn't that mean, that at some point in time the company will be larger than the whole economy? So a realistic approach would be a growth rate in perpetuity of 2% or a longer forecast period before going into perpetuity?
Please note that at 35:12, the 10% rate used in the DCF formula represents the discount rate (typically a company's weighted average cost of capital (WACC)) or the required rate of return by the investors of the business. By discounting the cash flows we can calculate the present value of the cash flows, which is the current value of those future cash flows given that the investors require a 10% return by investing in the business. This rate is different from the growth rate, which is used to calculate the terminal value of $300. To value the business into perpetuity, we can calculate the terminal value using the formula: TV = (FCFn x (1 + g)) / (WACC – g). The growth rate (g) is the rate which the FCF is expected to grow indefinitely, and is typically expected to be around the same rate the economy grows at.
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Hello, could you please clarify on few points. (1) As mentioned in the video in IPO Pricing process, the price can be repriced taking consideration over-subscription or under-subscription. Is that possible? because during IPO process the price range is already mentioned. (2) In whole video it is mentioned everything is from the institutional investors perspective. Who are these institutional investors? and why retail investors are neglected? Retail investors largely liquidate the market. (3) Which of the three valuation techniques are used by Investment Banks while valuing the business?....Thanks in advance for your response
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Hi Kaushik, thanks for your questions. You can PM us for more details, but to quickly answer your questions, (1) yes it can be repriced until a final clearing price is reached (see examples here: http://www.cnbc.com/2014/04/16/ipo-repricing-continues.html), (2) we do talk a bit about the importance of retail investors, and you are correct they're very important, but our focus at CFI is Corporate finance, (3) investment banks use all 3 methods, please read more about that here: http://www.corporatefinanceinstitute.com/valuation-methods thanks!
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