Valuation and DCF Analysis Spreadsheets

 Hello! and welcome. You have arrived at the valuation spreadsheet bundle. These financial models are designed to help you come up with a value for future operations or current business operations.

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Valuation Templates:

EBITDA valuation
EBITDA valuation is a method used to determine the value of a business by considering its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. This template looks at 3 or 5 year historical EBITDA and the reason people use this rule-of-thumb valuation method is because it gets down to what the business produces in cash flow from operations.

DCF Analysis monthly
Valuation of monthly cash flows is a financial modeling technique used to determine the present value of a stream of future cash flows that occur on a monthly basis. Some use yearly periods, but the most accurate methodology is using monthly periods if possible. Converting an annual discount rate to monthly or monthly to annual is a little tricky if you are not math included. The template has all the formulas.

DCF Analysis with sensitivity tables
DCF valuation sensitivity analysis is a method used to assess how changes in key assumptions, such as discount rates or growth rates, can affect the estimated net present value of a company or investment. I included some cool visualizations in this template.

gordon growth valuation model
The Gordon Growth Valuation Model is a widely used method to estimate the intrinsic value of a stock (or business) by discounting its expected future dividend payments (or cash flows) to their present value using the required rate of return.

interest rate swap valuation
Interest rate swaps are financial contracts in which two parties agree to exchange cash flows based on different interest rates, such as fixed and floating rates, with the goal of hedging against or benefiting from interest rate fluctuations.

irr target calculator
This is a great learning tool for being able to understand what the Internal Rate of Return is, how it is calculated with formulas, and the cash flows required to satisfy a target IRR of a given investment scenario.

Input data from your businesses financial statements to produce a range of valuations (up to 24). Includes calculators for SDE, EBITDA, DCF, and Revenue. Visuals included and printable on 8.5x11 Also comes in Google Sheets and Excel versions.

There are general methodologies like a monthly DCF Analysis as well as a sensitivity version that shows NPV (net present value) for up to six discount rates and four cash flow scenarios with some cool visualizations (IRR calculation included). For a business that has historical performance, there is an EBITDA multiple valuation sheet that allows for weightings of the EBITDA over the past 5 years.

Finally, there is also a spreadsheet built on the Gordon Growth Model, which is basically a dividend discount style of figuring out present value of future cash flows into perpetuity.

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