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How To Create A Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Analysis

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In this video, Owen moves step-by-step through a DCF Analysis.

DCFs are the most common valuation technique used by analysts and investors to calculate the value (sometimes called “price targets”) of shares/stocks, businesses and companies.

DCFs are frequently used by private equity firms, investment bankers, professional accountants, consultants, private investors and more.

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Owen Raszkiewicz

Owen Raszkiewicz

Owen is the Founder of Rask, Lead Investment Analyst for Rask Invest and head educator at Rask Education. Prior to founding Rask, Owen was an investment analyst at the highly regarded managed funds research business Zenith Investment Partners and a Writer/Analyst for The Motley Fool Australia. Owen’s formal qualifications include a Master of Applied Finance and Master of Financial Planning from Kaplan Professional, Bachelor of Technology (Information Systems) from Swinburne University of Technology, Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) and Diploma of Mortgage Broking Management. He's also completed level 1 of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program.

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