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Building a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Model: Financial Modeling Quick Tutorial.

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34 thoughts on “Building a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Model: Financial Modeling Quick Tutorial financial modeling”

  1. yeah, and we need more of these videos on how to analyze companies and build those financial models like Dividend Discount Model or Comparables Model, so on…

  2. YES! I asked for this and here it is, how to begin to value a business and subsequently arrive at a stock value. The other part of this , and the real trick, is how to determine the value of FUTURE earnings.
    I/ we do want more of these Excel modeling videos. Since so much of the market depends on the valuation multiple people are willing to pay at a given time, how is that change in multiple forecasted. Determining value isn't that easy but I'd love to hear your methods. Thanks

  3. Great video! I’’m an accountant but looking to go into financial advisory so this is extremely relevant to me thank you. Quick question though am I doing something wrong here you have earnings after DA 873,300 x .21 (corporate tax rate) shouldn’t this equal $678,670 after tax?

  4. Thanks very much for the detailed sharing Tom, learnt a lot from a helpful finance YouTuber like you. Just curious, shouldn't we add depreciation and amortization (DA) onto the after-tax EBIT?

    Depreciation and amortization are non-cash expenses which do not directly impact cash flow , but they do indirectly impacting it by reducing a company's taxable income and hence, reducing the cash outflow for tax expenses.

    FCFF= (EBITDA – DA) * (1- tax rate) +
    DA – Working Capital Investment – Capex/ Fixed Capital Investment

    Or in another word,

    FCFF= EBIT*(1- tax rate) + DA – Working Capital Investment – Capex/ Fixed Capital Investment

  5. Have you ever considered possible creating some software maybe an app that runs these calculations and gives people the ability to see current price, and in the settings they can tweak the numbers and see where a company would be at.

  6. there is a lot of auto focus Lens breathing going on in the video. I suggest that you set focus and then set it to manual so the lens does not keep focus hunting .

    thank you for you time and knowledge . you are awesome

  7. If I take 21% off "Earnings after DA" I don't get the "After Tax" value. (In other words =D5*(1-D6) is not the same as D8) Why?

    D16+D23 does not equal D25. Did I miss hear the explanation?

  8. Tom, I love learning, but even more, I love learning how to gain an edge in trading. Thank you for imparting your wisdom and knowledge. I'm already a Patreon member, so keep pushing out these short and sweet videos. zabotit'sya!

  9. where do you find the future EBITDA and the earnings after DA? I tried to find them in yahoo finance and didn't find any. Apologies if my question sounds silly but I am very new into investing.

  10. I'm a patreon and I believe this DCF is for NVDA. Any of you geeks out there can show us how to get the CAPEX of $80mil and NWC of $75mil?

  11. Good stuff…for those who dont understand why hes saying billions instead millions its because those values are written in thousands instead of hundreds, its common practice in accounting

  12. The video is great, I tried creating my own DCF, but I am far from being able to do so with only this video. I need more explanation on what is what and where you get your numbers. Wich ones do you "invent" or choose and wich one are calculated and not found on a balance sheet ect …

  13. Hey man love the videos, just a suggestion though. To make the sheet easier to see maybe do a screen recording and a voice over like you did with the 'analysing financial statement' video.

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