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What happens when we have multiple periods of different sized cash flows? We discount the cash flows individually using the equation we just learned. Illustrations included to clearly explain the concept like always!
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This video explains the concept of Net Present Value and illustrates how to calculate the Net Present Value of a project via an example.
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This video explains how to calculate the present value of a single cash flow. The formula for calculating the present value of a single cash flow is presented and illustrated through examples.
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The concept of discounted cash flow (net present value) as a method of investment appraisal is covered in this revision video.

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Every investor should have a basic grasp of the discounted cash flow (DCF) technique. Here, Tim Bennett introduces the concept, and explains how it can be applied to valuing a company.

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This video shows how to use the BA II Plus Financial calculator to compute NPV and IRR

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ACCA F9 Investment Appraisal Methods - Discounted Cash Flow
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(1) Part 1 explains the concepts of net present value
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Finance Problems: Present Value and Multiple Cash Flows
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XYZ has identified an investment project with the following cash flows at a discount rate of 10%?
Investment X offers to pay you $5,700 per year for eight years, whereas Investment Y offers to pay you $7,700 per year for five years. Which of these cash flow streams has the higher present value if the discount rate is 5 percent? If the discount rate is 15 percent?

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Project management topic on Capital budgeting techniques - NPV - Net Present Value, IRR - Internal Rate of Return, Payback Period, Profitability Index or Benefit Cost Ratio.

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Present Value calculation, concept and excel formula explained in hindi. What discount rate should we take while calculating Present Value of a single m cash flow? This concept is used in valuation of a business, project or while analysing an investment.
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Internal Rate of Return (IRR) - https://youtu.be/x6eXfx2Tv-w
प्रेज़ेंट वैल्यू कैलकुलेशन, कांसेप्ट और एक्सेल फॉर्मूला के बारेमें इस विद्ये में समझाया गया है। किसी सिंगल कैश फ्लो के प्रेज़ेंट वैल्यू की कैलकुलेशन करते समय हमें क्या डिस्काउंट रेटलेनी चाहिए? इस कांसेप्ट का उपयोग किसी बिज़नेस, प्रोजेक्ट या इन्वेस्टमेंट का विश्लेषण करते समय किया जाता है।
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This video introduces uneven cash flow streams and walks through present value of an uneven cash flow stream, solving for the return on an uneven cash flow stream, and future value of an uneven cash flow stream all on the HP10BII financial calculator

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This tutorial shows you how to get the Net Present Value of a project or business venture in the future using excel. You can do this very easily in excel spreadsheets and this will teach you how to do that using the estimated cash flows of a project. The NPV() function is used for the calculations. This is also a basic discounted cash flows example. This includes discount rate and number of periods in order to use the npv function.
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This video explains what a perpetuity is and how to calculate its present value using a formula.
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Learn the basics of how to estimate future cash flows for an investment in order to calculate Net Present Value, Internal Rate Of Return and Payback. See how to calculate an pro forma income statement, estimate depreciation, estimate Operating Cash Flows, Capital Spending and how to use the NPV and IRR functions as well as a Payback calculation.

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In this video we will learn how to perform basic Net Present Value (NPV) calculations on a Sharp EL-738 financial calculator. We will also learn some basic theory about NPV and cash flow conventions.

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Lets change the discount rates depending on how far out the payments are. Created by Sal Khan.
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This video shows how to calculate the present value of a growing perpetuity using a formula. A perpetuity refers to a series of cash flows that will continue forever. If the amount of the cash flow increases each period, we refer to it as a growing perpetuity. Because a dollar received in the future is worth less than a dollar received today (due to the time value of money), we discount a growing perpetuity to its present value. The video provides an example to show how this is done.
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Net Present Value or NPV concept & calculation method in Excel explained in Hindi. NPV is an important valuation metric to evaluate a project, business, franchise or an investment opportunity. It is also used in Discounted Cash Flow method to value a company. It is used along with IRR (Internal Rate of Return) to evaluate an investment.
Net Present Value is based on the concept of Time Value of Money where we calculate the present value of future cash flows (future value).
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एक्सेल में नेट प्रेजेंट वैल्यू या एनपीवी का कांसेप्ट और कैलकुलेशन मेथड इस वीडियो में हिंदी में समझिये। एनपीवी किसी प्रोजेक्ट, बुज़ीनेस, फ्रेंचाइज़ी या इन्वेस्टमेंट ओपोर्च्युनिटी की वैल्यूएशन करने के लिए एक महत्वपूर्ण वैल्यूएशन मीट्रिक है। इसे किसी कंपनी की वैल्यूएशन के लिए डिस्काउंटेड कैश फ्लो मेथड में भी उपयोग किया जाता है। किसी इन्वेस्टमेंट का वैल्यूएशन करने के लिए इसका उपयोग आईआरआर (Internal Rate of Return) के साथ किया जाता है।
नेट प्रेजेंट वैल्यू टाइम वैल्यू ऑफ़ मनी के कांसेप्ट पर आधारित है जहां हम फ्यूचर कॅश फ्लो (फ्यूचर वैल्यू) के प्रेजेंट वैल्यू की गणना करते हैं।
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In this video, we have explained:
What is net present value?
What is the purpose of net present value?
Why net present value calculation is used?
How to calculate net present value?
What is the calculation formula for net present value?
What is the method of NPV calculation?
How to evaluate a project, business, franchise or an investment opportunity with net present value method?
What is discounted cash flow method?
What is DCF and IRR (Internal Rate of Return) and how they are used?
What is terminal cash flow?
How net present value is calculated for a project, business or franchise?
How net present valuation method is used to evaluate an investment opportunity?
What is discount rate?
How to evaluate the value of a company?
What is the valuation method for projects, business, company, franchise and investment opportunity?
How to calculate net present value in a Microsoft Excel sheet or Google spreadsheet?
How to evaluate the net present value of any investment?
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Hope you liked this video in Hindi on “Net Present Value (NPV)”.

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Cash flow diagram help to determination of Net present value (NPV) & Future value by Parag Kamlakar Pal.

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Explained simply, the discounted cash flow is the sum of the cash flows discounted to their present value. Remember, the discounted cash flow does not have the initial investment.
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The basics of how to calculate present value and net present value are explained in this short revision video.

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In this video, you will learn how to find out the Future value for an investment amount using three methods namely: formula, compound value factor and Financial calculator.

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In this tutorial, you will learn to calculate Net Present Value, or NPV, in Excel.
In this tutorial, you will learn to calculate Net Present Value, or NPV, in Excel. Net Present Value is a financial function that is calculated for an investment, and it represents the present value of the investment minus the amount of money that costs to buy in. Excel offers a preset function for this called NPV. Please be aware that all the investment cash flows must occur at the same interval for the calculation to be accurate.
NPV has two arguments: rate -- which refers to the discount rate, and the range of values that contains future cash flows.
Step 1: Open the document in which you want to calculate NPV.
Step 2. Go to the cell where you want the function to be calculated, and type the following:
= npv (our discount rate /12 as the rate is compounded monthly, the range of values you want to be considered)+the initial investment, in our case the starting 100,000$.
Step 3. Excel will calculate for you the Net Present Value of this investment.
Step 4. Go to the cell that you want to hold the NPV result for comparison, and type:
=npv(the same discount rate/12,the range of values)+the initial investment. Hit Enter.
Step 5. Excel will calculate for you the Net Present Value of this investment.
Step 6. Now that we see both results, we will agree that the first option is better and proceed with it.
Result: Congratulations, you have learned how to calculate the Net Present Value in Excel.

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Present value of an uneven stream of cash flows solved using the TI BA II Plus calculator

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In this video I will show you how to calculate net present value (NPV) using a HP 10BII with a very simple example.

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Net Present Value, commonly referred to as NPV, is a capital budgeting tool used in corporate finance and is designed to help firms assess the financial feasibility of various capital expenditures. Based largely on the time value of money, NPV compares the value of the initial investment to the cash flow generated over a number of years. An NPV greater than 0 supports the acceptance of the project, while an NPV less than 0 supports the rejection of the project.
Over the course of this video we'll walk through how to calculate NPV using the present value formula. Although the process is rather simple once you understand the basics, calculating NPV can be rather time consuming. To ensure accuracy make sure that you are organized when writing out your calculations as one number can certainly affect your results.
If you have any questions please leave a comment and I'll do my best to back to you. Thanks for watching.

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This video will explain the concept of Net Present Value (NPV) and take you though several examples using an HP-12C Platinum financial calculator. The HP-12C is ideally suited to these calculations.

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In problem 12-14, I calculate the project cash flows, and convert to operating cash flows, show how to use the straight line depreciation function in Excel and end up with NPV.

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This video from CEE300 - Engineering Business Practices explains how to use a cash flow diagram (and a calculator) to compute the net present value of a business opportunity. For more videos on engineering finance, visit http://sustainableengineeringsystems.com/.

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ACCA F9 Relevant cash flows for DCF Working capital (examples 2 and 3)
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Net present value is the difference between an initial cost outlay and the present value of expected cash flow.
Step 1: Estimate the value of an investment
Estimate the value of the investment of an initial cost outlay today and at one or more times in the future. The initial cost outlay is the cost of entering the project.
Step 2: Calculate the present value
Calculate the present value of your investment over a period of time using the equation C1 divided by (1 plus r) plus Cn divided by (1 plus r)n where Ci is the cash flow in period 1, n is the number of periods, and r is the discount rate.
Tip
If the discount rate is 15 percent, and you are offered a series of cash flows over the next four years of $5,000, $4,000, $3,000, and $2,000 for an initial cost outlay of $10,000, the present value is $5,000 divided by (1.15) plus $4,000 divided by (1.15) 2 plus $3,000 divided by (1.15) 3 plus $2,000 divided by (1.15)4 equals $10,490.
Step 3: Calculate net present value
Calculate the net present value by subtracting the initial investment from the computed present value.
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The net present value is $10,490 minus $10,000 equals $490.
Step 4: Decide whether the investment makes sense
A positive net present value means the investment is acceptable; a negative net present value means the investment is not a good idea.
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What is DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW? What does DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW mean? DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW meaning - DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW definition - DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW explanation.
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In finance, discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis is a method of valuing a project, company, or asset using the concepts of the time value of money. All future cash flows are estimated and discounted by using cost of capital to give their present values (PVs). The sum of all future cash flows, both incoming and outgoing, is the net present value (NPV), which is taken as the value or price of the cash flows in question.
Using DCF analysis to compute the NPV takes as input cash flows and a discount rate and gives as output a present value; the opposite process—takes cash flows and a price (present value) as inputs, and provides as output the discount rate—this is used in bond markets to obtain the yield.
Discounted cash flow analysis is widely used in investment finance, real estate development, corporate financial management and patent valuation. It was used in industry as early as the 1700s or 1800s, widely discussed in financial economics in the 1960s, and became widely used in U.S. Courts in the 1980s and 1990s.
The most widely used method of discounting is exponential discounting, which values future cash flows as "how much money would have to be invested currently, at a given rate of return, to yield the cash flow in future." Other methods of discounting, such as hyperbolic discounting, are studied in academia and said to reflect intuitive decision-making, but are not generally used in industry.
The discount rate used is generally the appropriate weighted average cost of capital (WACC), that reflects the risk of the cashflows. This WACC can be found using Perry's calculation model which was developed in 1996. The discount rate reflects two things:
1. Time value of money (risk-free rate) – according to the theory of time preference, investors would rather have cash immediately than having to wait and must therefore be compensated by paying for the delay
2. Risk premium – reflects the extra return investors demand because they want to be compensated for the risk that the cash flow might not materialize after all
Discounted cash flow calculations have been used in some form since money was first lent at interest in ancient times. Studies of ancient Egyptian and Babylonian mathematics suggest that they used techniques similar to discounting of the future cash flows. This method of asset valuation differentiated between the accounting book value, which is based on the amount paid for the asset. Following the stock market crash of 1929, discounted cash flow analysis gained popularity as a valuation method for stocks. Irving Fisher in his 1930 book The Theory of Interest and John Burr Williams's 1938 text The Theory of Investment Value first formally expressed the DCF method in modern economic terms.
To show how discounted cash flow analysis is performed, consider the following simplified example.
John Doe buys a house for $100,000. Three years later, he expects to be able to sell this house for $150,000.
Simple subtraction suggests that the value of his profit on such a transaction would be $150,000 - $100,000 = $50,000, or 50%. If that $50,000 is amortized over the three years, his implied annual return (known as the internal rate of return) would be about 14.5%. Looking at those figures, he might be justified in thinking that the purchase looked like a good idea.
1.1453 x 100000 = 150000 approximately.
However, since three years have passed between the purchase and the sale, any cash flow from the sale must be discounted accordingly. At the time John Doe buys the house, the 3-year US Treasury Note rate is 5% per annum. Treasury Notes are generally considered to be inherently less risky than real estate, since the value of the Note is guaranteed by the US Government and there is a liquid market for the purchase and sale of T-Notes. If he hadn't put his money into buying the house, he could have invested it in the relatively safe T-Notes instead. This 5% per annum can therefore be regarded as the risk-free interest rate for the relevant period (3 years).

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Discounted cash flow (DCF) is a means of determining the present value of future cash flows by using the concept of time value of money. According to time value of money, money now (due to its earning potential) is worth more than money in the future. The further into the future cash is to be received, the less it is worth today. There are two standard financial techniques used in discounted cash flow analysis: net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR). While NPV calculates the total value of a discounted cash flow, its counterpart IRR calculates the annualized effective compounded return rate of the cash flows.
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What is future value?
Future value is the value that money today will be worth at some point in the future if invested for a return. For example, we have $100 today, and we invest it for 1 year at 10% interest, then in 1 year the Investment will be worth $110. In other words, the future value of $100 invest for 1 year at 10% is $110. This is because we will still own the original $100 and we also earned 10%, an additional $10. In total our $100 investment will be worth $110 in 1 year. The future value formula is shown below.
What is present value?
Present value is today's value of a future Cash Flow . For example, everyone knows that $100 today is more valuable than $100 in the future, but what about $110, $120 or even $200 in the future. How do we calculate what they are worth today?
To calculate the present value of a future cash flow we would need a few pieces of information. We need to know when to expect the cash flow, the value (future value) of the cash flow, and the Discount rate .
What is the discount rate?
The discount rate is the Opportunity Cost s that you have foregone to receive funds in the future. I know, this may sound confusing but it should eventually click. An easy way to understand the discount rate is to ask yourself this question. What kind of investment returns are available to me? If I had $100,000 today, what would the return be on my investment one year for today? Whatever that rate is would be your opportunity cost and would therefore be your discount rate. (It can be more complicated that this when comparing risk but this is a simplified lesson.)
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This video shows how to calculate Cash Flow from Investing Activities for the Statement of Cash Flows. A comprehensive example is provided to illustrate how Cash Flow from Investing accounts for the net cash effects of the purchase or sale of fixed assets, the purchase of sale of securities, and the purchase or sale of other investments.
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In this A level Business revision video, we complete our look at investment appraisal by learning about the Net Present Value method of investment appraisal. Some exam boards may refer to this method as the 'discounted cash flow' method.
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Due to differences in the scale, timing, and riskiness of projects, we cannot simply compare the IRRs (incremental rates of return) of two projects. However, we can compute the incremental cash flows of choosing one project versus the other and compute an incremental IRR for these cash flows. This incremental IRR can then be compared to the discount rate to determine which project is more profitable. That being said, the incremental IRR is problematic when some of the negative cash flows do not precede the positive cash flows. Furthermore, the incremental IRR tells us which project is more profitable but it does not tell us whether each of the projects has a positive NPV on a stand-alone basis. And, if the projects have different costs of capital, then we have the additional problem of not knowing the cost of capital to which we should be comparing the incremental IRR.
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