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Discounted Cash Flow or DCF

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A method used to assess the value of an investment on the basis of its future cash flows is termed as Discounted Cash Flow (DCF). The method is used to project and discount a company’s cash flows to reach at a present or current value, which lays the groundwork for the potential investment. The method is widely used in real estate development, investment finance, patent valuation and corporate financial management.

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