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This discounted cash flow calculator (or DCF calculator for short) provides you with a simple method of company valuation. With just a few clicks, you will be able to estimate how much your company is worth, and what an initial market cap on a stock exchange listing may be.
If you’re not sure how to calculate the discounted cash flow or what it is, make sure to scroll down for a detailed explanation, including the DCF formula.
If your early-stage startup doesn’t bring any profit yet, the DCF calculator won’t work!
The discounted cash flow (DCF) is a method of company valuation, usually used for late-stage startups. It is mostly applied by investors to check whether their investment will bring substantial profit.
The principle of the discounted cash flow is very similar to the Net Present Value (NPV). The calculation consists of a few steps:
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The easiest way to get started is to request a free evaluation. By providing minimal information about your company and capital needs, we will be able to provide you with a quick assessment by email. In most cases we can tell you if your business is ready to go public, or not yet.
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