Equations and Sample Problems.xlsx - FCF = EBIT(1-T noncash expenses(capital expenditures change in net working capital EBIT(Operating Income Non-cash

Equations and Sample Problems.xlsx - FCF = EBIT(1-T noncash...

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Q: What is the enterprise value for Helix implied by the P/E multiple valuation? t
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Market Capitalization (# of shares * current share price) then add contribution of bank lenders known as Net Debt Market Cap + Net Debt = Enterprise Value Net Debt = Long and Short Term Debt - Cash Or its your debt adjusted for any cash you have Balance Sheet Every 12 months they prepare a balance sheet EV/EBITDA It take a look weather a company is cheap or expensive using a reliable ratio The FCF are going to stay the same every year. The value of a company useful for key ratios - its an attempt to put a value on a firm from a certain perspective. You could Add up all of its assets line by line. Why not look at how those assets were paid for. A shareholder or a bank could have provided those funds. So look at the funding thats come in. We should be able to value a company by looking at how its been paid for in terms of it assets. Quick Snap Sheets of net worth what your assets are what you own (cash and properties) and then liabilities (what I owe) EBITDA - Earnings before Interest on Bank Loan Corporation tax and depretiation and amoritization Whats the point? IF you are trying to determine if a company is cheap or
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