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Question:
How do you determine the discount rate in a DCF?
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Usually using WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital)
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Walk me through how to get from Revenue to Unlevered Free Cash Flow in your DCF projections
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How do you calculate WACC?
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Would you expect the cost of equity to be higher for a $1 billion or $100 million market cap company?
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What is beta?
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What is the mid-year convention and why would you use it in a DCF?
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What happens to WACC as you increase leverage?
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What are the formulas for un-levering and levering Beta?
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How do you select the appropriate exit multiple when calculating terminal value?
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Would you expect the WACC to be higher for a $1 billion or $100 million market cap company?
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What happens if you use Levered Free Cash Flow instead of Unlevered Free Cash Flow in your DCF?
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Why do you usually project out 5-10 years in a DCF?
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Which company would we expect to have a higher beta, an industrials company or an internet company?
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How do you calculate cost of equity?
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Walk me through a DCF
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