Cash flow projections also consider a residual component or terminal value, which reflects the expected value of the business at the end of the projection period.
What does TV stand for?
TV stands for Terminal Value (finance)
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- Tank Vessel
- Taquicardia Ventricular (Spanish: Ventricular Tachycardia)
- Te Vaka (Polynesian band)
- Teamviewer (software)
- Technical View
- Technique Vétérinaire
- Technisch Voorlichting (Dutch: Technical Information)
- Temperature Valve
- Templavoila (alternative template engine for TYPO3)
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He begins his examination process by asking, "Are these the right managers to make this a viable business and to grow it to have solid terminal value and a potential exit?
The bank's analysts, however, kept their "neutral" stance saying the risk-free interest rate of the company is still too low and the terminal value growth is 0.
Executives at SmithKline certainly believed their average project was riskier, perceiving relatively low chances of project success and low terminal value in the event they were killed.
If you doubt this, take any publicly traded company and compare the dividends received over the next five years to the price and you will find that most of the value is in the terminal value, even for low-growth utilities; 2) this terminal value is very sensitive to the future growth of a company, with small changes producing large swings in value; and, 3) all CEOs are replaced at some point, and it's likely to be in this future period where the dominant CEO leaves.
Freedom was the only other terminal value consistently ranked in the top five by all generational cohorts.