NPV assumes Certainty of Cash Flows

Net Present Value (NPV)
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NPV assumes Certainty of Cash Flows

When using the Net Present Value method be careful: this calculation assumes certainly in the forecasted future cash flows. For strategic longer term projects this assumptions is often not valid in today's volatile markets and uncertain business environment.

 

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