Number of Shares Outstanding

The last step within a DCF valuation, is to divide the estimated fair equity value over number of shares outstanding to get to your estimate of fair value per share. This article discusses how to calculate the number of shares outstanding correctly and related issues, such as …

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DCF Valuation Framework

This post describes the handling of leasing liabilities and leasing expenses wihtin the concept of discounted cashflow or DCF valuation. It is a follow-up post after IFRS 16 – Leases and What is Debt?, answering the question of How to Capture Lease Payments into Perpetuity. But first, I do a quick Introduction to DCF Valuations to get a better understanding of the topic.

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