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Startup Financial Model: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Though a general financial model for startup template is an easy way to create a financial model, you will oftentimes find it hard to use that for your own business. Why? Because each startup has its own unique needs. For example, an internet venture relies heavily on web traffic whereas a physical store is more […]

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How to Do DCF Valuation Using Sensitivity Analysis in Excel

In this post, we are going to see Sensitivity Analysis in Excel. Discounted Cash flow is probably the commonest way of valuation of a company. This method involves amongst other things analyzing the impact of factors like cost of equity or change in risk-free rate on the price of a company’s share. It is but […]

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What is Altman Z-Score? Bankruptcy Score to Predict Bankruptcy

What is Altman Z-score? The global economic trends are often unpredictable. While one economy rises, the other falls. In the midst are companies that go bankrupt because of both external and internal economic reasons. Bankruptcy spells, in one word, disaster. The whole organization collapses. Worldwide, a lot of companies are going bankrupt. However, bankruptcy need […]

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Sharpe Ratio Excel: Formula and Calculator Guide

In this article, I’m going to explain how to calculate one of the most famous ratios, among financial analysis, to measure risk in Microsoft Excel: the Sharpe Ratio Excel. The Nobel laureate William F. Sharpe developed the Sharpe Ratio. According to Investopedia: “The Sharpe ratio is calculated by subtracting the risk-free rate from the return of the portfolio […]

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How to Use Excel for Finance: The Best Guide

Welcome to Excel for Financial Analysts post. Many of you might be wondering why this post? Why a separate excel post for how to use Excel in financial analysis? What’s so special about it?

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