Valuation Methods | Top 3 Valuation Methods - YoutubeRandom

## Valuation Methods | Top 3 Valuation Methods

In this video on Valuation methods, we are going to discuss the different methods of valuation.

What is Valuation Method?
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Valuation method is one method which has the ability to incorporate all relevant factors which have effect of material on the fair price of Investment.

Top 3 Valuation Methods
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#1 - Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Method:-

Discounted Cash Flow is the NPV of cash flows projected by the firm. Discounted Cash Flow Valuation method is based on the principle that the value of a business is intrinsically based on its capability of generating cash flows.

#2 - Comparable Company Analysis Valuation Method

Comparable Company Analysis Valuation Method involves comparing the operating metrics and valuation models of public companies with that of target companies.

#3 - Comparable Transaction Comp Valuation Model

Comparable Transaction Comp Valuation Method helps in understanding of multiples and premiums paid in a specific company and how private market valuations were assessed by other parties.

#4 - Asset-Based Valuation Model

This method takes into account the value of the assets and liabilities of a business.

#5- Sum of Parts Valuation Model

To know more about valuation methods, you can go to this link here:- https://www.wallstreetmojo.com/valuation-methods/

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