DCF Method versus CAPM Model

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DCF Method versus CAPM Model
Victor Brown, Student (MBA), United States, Member

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DCF versus CAPM
Nick Moore, Financial Consultant, United Kingdom, Member

CAPM is part of the process that gives you the discount rate to use in the DCF calculation.
 

 
Difference Between DCF Method and CAPM
bund, Student (University), Kenya, Member

the discounted cashflow method is used to discount future cash flows, allowing the user to determine the future value of current cashflow.
CAPM is a model used to calculate the rate of return of an asset and it is used to determine if risks can be diversified and uses beta to correct for systematic risk.
 

         
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