DCF Calculation Can’t Be Trusted, Because We Are All Terrible At Forecasting – ValueWalk Premium

DCF Calculation Can’t Be Trusted, Because We Are All Terrible At Forecasting

The discount cash flow (DCF) analysis is one of the most popular methods used to value stocks. But despite its popularity, the metric has multiple drawbacks a report from Societe Generale, penned by James Montier (author of The Little Book of Behavioral Investing) in 2008. The biggest problem with using the . . .

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