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Discounted Cash Flow Valuation: Spot Undervalued Stocks Fast

Learn the 6-step Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Valuation to calculate the Fair Value / Intrinsic Value of a stock easily
Instructor:
Jari Roomer
299 students enrolled
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You'll learn the 6 easy steps of a Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
You'll be able to spot undervalued stocks
You'll become a much better investor
You'll earn higher returns in the stock market
You'll be able to teach others a DCF valuation

Join over 174+ students just like you who’re having massive success with Discounted Cash-Flow Valuations using this exact course (and learning to spot undervalued stocks right away).

Student Review: ‘An excellent course’ – Vikram Sankhala

Student Review: ‘Great Course. So far it makes the subject seem simple.’ – Ryan Taylor

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Do you know why some investors are highly successful and others aren’t? 

Because the most successful investors (like Warren Buffett) invest in undervalued stocks.. 

In other words – they know how to buy a dollar for just 60 cents, which is the #1 reason they earn MASSIVE profits in the stock market. 

And that’s exactly why I made this course.. I want you to learn how to ‘buy a dollar for 60 cents’, so that you can win in the stock market.

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All the successful investors know how to calculate a stock’s intrinsic value (what it’s REALLY worth) and then they easily see if they should or shouldn‘t invest in a stock. 

You can calculate a stock’s intrinsic value by doing a Discounted Cash Flow Valuation.. and that’s what you’ll learn here.

In other words, you’ll calculate a specific price that the stock is really worth and then you simply compare that to the price it trades for in the stock market.

If the intrinsic value is higher than the stock price, then you’ve hit the jackpot. 

You’ve found an undervalued stock that will likely earn you very high returns! 

So in this course you’ll learn exactly how spot these undervalued stocks.. 

You’ll learn the essential tools to easily do a Discounted Cash Flow Valuation (in just 6 steps), so that you can become a much better investor and massively increase your returns in the stock market

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Doing a DCF valuation yourself isn’t hard at all..

The hard thing is finding someone who can explain it in a correct and easy to understand way, so that you can do it by yourself – with confidence and precision. 

Therefore, I’ve designed this course in the following way : 

  • It’s a step-by-step system (6 easy steps)
  • It covers EVERYTHING that you need to know
  • We’ll look at REAL companies so that you know how it works in the real stock market and not just in theory.
  • You’ll get .PDF files to read over the steps at your own pace
  • You’ll learn what online resources and tools I use to do a DCF valuation
  • You’ll learn how to avoid the most made mistakes
  • Much, much more..

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When you are ready to become a better investor, easily want to do a Discounted Cash Flow valuation, earn higher returns in the stock market and spot undervalued companies with confidence and precision –> there is no reason to wait any longer –> ENROLL NOW!

I’ll see you on the inside! 

Jari Roomer

Founder GetGo Investing

Introduction

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Introduction

Introduction To a Discounted Cash Flow Valuation

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Introduction To a Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Method
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Pros and Cons of a Discounted Cash Flow Valuation

The 6 Steps of The Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Process

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The 6 Steps of The Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Process
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Step 1 : Calculating The Estimated 5 / 10 Year Free Cash Flows
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Step 2 : Calculating The Discount Rate
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Step 3 : Calculating The Perpetuity Value
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Step 4 : Discounting and Calculating The Enterprise Value
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Step 5 : Making Adjustments To The Enterprise Value
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Step 6 : Calculating The Intrinsic Value Per Share
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Weekly Free Money, Self-Development and Online Business Advice?

DCF Case Study : Nike

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Step 1 : Calculating The Projected 5 Year Free Cash Flows of Nike
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Step 2 : Calculating The Discount Rate For Nike
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Step 3 : Calculating The Perpetuity Value of Nike
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Step 4 : Discounting and Calculating Nike's Enterprise Value
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Step 5 : Making Adjustments to The Enterprise Value
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Step 6 : Calculating The Intrinsic Value Per Share of Nike
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Weekly Free Money, Self-Development and Online Business Advice?

DCF Case Study : Novo Nordisk

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Step 1 : Calculating The Projected Free Cash Flows of Novo Nordisk
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Step 2 : Calculating The Discount Rate For Novo Nordisk
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Step 3 : Calculating The Perpetuity Value of Novo Nordisk
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Step 4 : Discounting and Calculating The Enterprise Value
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Step 5 : Making Adjustments To The Enterprise Value
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Step 6 : Calculating The Intrinsic Value Per Share of Novo Nordisk

Before We End..

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Before We End..
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Bonus Lecture : Check Out My Other Courses
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