Intrinsic Value Of A Firm

Business / Finance / Intrinsic Value Of A Firm: The present value of a firm's expected future net cash flows discounted by the required rate of return.

Other Words for Firm

Firm Adjective Synonyms: steady, strong, sturdy, tight, unwavering, unshakable or unshakeable, unswerving
Firm Verb Synonyms: compact, solid, dense, compressed, condensed, concentrated, rigid, stiff, hard, unyielding, inflexible, inelastic
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Other Words for Intrinsic

Intrinsic Noun Synonyms: inherent, basic, fundamental, essential, proper, elemental, organic, natural, native, inbred, congenital, inherited, hereditary, innate, inborn, immanent, indwelling, underlying, constitutional, real, true, actual, genuine
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Discounted In-By Market

Business / Finance / Discounted In-By Market: A formula to estimate the intrinsic value of a firm by figuring the present value of all expected future dividends. MORE

Parent Company

Business / Accounting / Parent Company: A company that owns or maintains control over other companies, known as subsidiaries, which are themselves separate legal entities: control generally refers to more than 50 percent ownership of the st MORE

Parens Patriae Doctrine

Life Style / Adoption / Parens Patriae Doctrine : Originating in feudal England, a doctrine that vests in the state a right of guardianship of minors. This concept has gradually evolved into the principle that the community, in addition to the parent MORE

Parenchyma

Science / Biology / Parenchyma: One of the three major cell types in plants. Parenchyma cells have thin, usually multisided walls, are unspecialized but carry on photosynthesis and cellular respiration and can store food; form the b MORE

Parent Element

Science / Geology / Parent Element: A radioactive element that spontaneously decays into a new substance. The product of this decay is known as a 'daughter' element. MORE

Parellada

Life Style / Wine Grapes / Parellada: White-wine grape mainly grown in the Catalunya region of Spain. Suited to cool climates it produces low yields that contribute to making good balanced sparkling wines (ie: cavas) capable of some agein MORE

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