Definition for : Fundamental valuation method
The fundamental valuation method determines the company's Intrinsic value - share, in accordance with financial theory, by Discounting Cash flows to their Present value using the Required rate of return. Two basic methods are used: the Dividend discount model and the discounted Cash flow model.
(See Chapter 32 Capital structure and the theory of perfect capital markets of the Vernimmen)
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