What are the next steps in this analysis, now that you've calculated the company's implied Enterprise Value according to the DCF?
A.You need to calculate the Implied Price per Share - first, you add cash and cash-like items and subtract debt and debt-like items to calculate Equity Value, and then you divide by the share count.
B.It depends on how you're using the output of the analysis - if it's just an informal calculation, you're done, but if it's part of a formal valuation analysis, you need to calculate the Implied Price per Share.
C.You need to calculate the Implied Price per Share - first, you subtract cash and cash-like items and add debt and debt-like items to calculate Equity Value, and then you divide by the share count.
D.You don't need to do anything else - now that you've calculated implied Enterprise Value, you're done with the analysis.
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