Learn how to value a business using comparable company analysis, one of the most widely used methods of valuing a business
Learn how to build a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) model in Excel to value a business with a forecast period and terminal value
Investment bankers often value businesses using precedent transactions, which are past acquisitions of similar businesses
CFI has developed a large database of guides and resources you can use to teach yourself business valuation. These articles let you read and study at your own pace, and each article can stand on its own so you can read them in any order you like. These articles supplement CFI’s valuation modeling course that teaches these main concepts and principles.
As you can see in the diagram above, the three boxes that are highlighted in orange are the main focus of these resources. Browse the featured articles listed below to improve your financial analyst skills and advance your career in investment banking, equity research, FP&A, corporate development, and other areas of corporate finance.