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Cash Flow Statement
The cash flow statement breaks down a company's change in cash over a period of time and consists of three sections: Operating, Investments, and Financing. In this post, we review why a cash flow statement is necessary and how to comprehend its components.
Financial Modeling: Revenue Projections
Revenue drives enterprise value as well as many other line items in the model. Therefore, financial analysts must spend time planning and devising the best strategy to approach modeling future revenue streams.
Types of Financial Models
Various types of financial models exist, including discounted cash flow (DCF) valuation models, leveraged buyout (LBO) models, credit models, and a merger and acquisition (M&A) models, with each type of model serving its own purpose.