As a financial/business/valuation analyst, many times we have to spend a considerable amount of time trying to find the VALUE of companies.
There are many different aspects of value – different terms get used synonymously and often causes a lot of confusion.
You may have worked on an Excel workbook with just 3 or 4 worksheets in them.
In those workbooks, navigating between worksheets is relatively easy.
When we want to do valuation of any company using the Discounted Cash Flows valuation, we need to calculate a cost of capital.
The cost of capital is simply the expected return that investors (both debt and equity)
Microsoft Excel can be a great tool for visualization purposes. There are some very powerful charts functionalities inbuilt in Excel, that can be used to depict numbers visually.
Let us look at some of those interest charts that are already available to use at the click of a button.
As an Entrepreneur, you often have to negotiate on your company valuation.
This is especially true when you are looking to raise new funding from investors.
To get your funding, you need to mutually agree on the potential valuation of your company.
In one our earlier blogs, we discussed how to create an Index/TOC sheet in an Excel workbook.
Don’t recall? No worries, read it again here.
Got it now. Great!