NPV and IRR explained finance storyteller

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순 현재 가치 및 내부 수익률(간단히 NPV 및 IRR). NPV 및 IRR 투자 분석 방법의 목적은 무엇이며 NPV 및 IRR은 어떻게 계산합니까? 순 현재 가치의 주요 아이디어는 매우 간단합니다. 시간은 돈입니다! NPV는 #capitalbudgeting의 핵심 용어입니다. 순 현재 가치(또는 “할인된 현금 흐름”) 방법은 다음을 통해 돈의 시간 가치를 고려합니다. – 모든 미래 현금 흐름을 오늘의 돈으로 환산 – 오늘의 투자 및 모든 미래 현금 흐름의 현재 가치 프로젝트의 순 현재 가치가 양수이면 회사에 가치를 창출하므로 추구할 가치가 있습니다. IRR은 순 현재 가치가 0이 되는 할인율입니다. 즉, NPV를 0으로 설정하여 IRR을 구합니다. 관련 동영상: 순 현재 가치 설명(현재 가치 및 미래 가치 포함): 내부 수익률 설명: NPV IRR 회수 기간 시나리오: 돈의 시간 가치 Excel에서 #NPV를 계산하는 방법 Excel에서 IRR을 계산하는 방법 Philip de Vroe(The Finance Storyteller)는 전략, 재무 및 리더십을 즐겁고 이해하기 쉽게 만드는 것을 목표로 합니다. 회사의 CEO와 대화에 참여하기 위해 비즈니스 어휘를 배우십시오. 더 나은 주식 시장 투자 결정을 내리기 위해 재무제표가 어떻게 작동하는지 이해하십시오. Philip은 YouTube 동영상, 강의실 세션, 웨비나, 비즈니스 시뮬레이션 등 다양한 형식으로 #financetraining을 제공합니다. Linked In을 통해 저와 연결하십시오! .

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The Finance Storyteller 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Lots of exciting and helpful new videos coming up! Be sure to click the like button, subscribe and turn on notifications to ensure you don't miss anything. Now that you learned how the NPV and IRR concepts work, your next step is to understand the impact of various scenarios on the NPV and IRR outcomes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZTIwmn1Cm0

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Saksham Gupta 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

HOW NPV COMES 35 ? PLEASE SHOW USING FORMULA

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Thrifty Trendy Moms 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

How would I calculate the cash inflow?

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Mamta Saravanan 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Very nicely explained.Love your videos.

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Kekeli Denutsui 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

You made it all. Am loving it🔥👌

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jngf100 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Very clearly explained – thanks kindly!

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John K 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

I hate math and I'm sociology major but I understood this guy is a genius

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Jenny Lee 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

I wish I had access to your videos during University. This is one of the best and clear explanations of NVP and IRR. Thank you

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Johanna Kenwood 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Omg thank you so much!! A lecture and multiple videos later, your video finally explained it thoroughly in under 4 mins. 3 years and a pandemic later your videos still teaching!!

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Nimi Di 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Shortest and best way to understand the concept. Thanks

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Emilio Alfaro 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Great video, understood much more with your video than with 3 lessons with my teacher hahaha

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Rukudzo maguranduma 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

How did you get 35

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op Anusha 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Brooo..BTW.PV= 1/(1+r)power "n" Right! but yur doing as cash inflows as numunitor.respectively!!!!?

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Abheran Moodley 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Thank you very much for this video! It is very clear and easy to understand.

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Anna 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

I finally found your video, which helps me a lot!

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Adnan Fahaid 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

No offence but am finding difficulty in understanding ur accent

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Research & Accounting Lab 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Thank you.

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Amber Danks 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

hey, this is amazing, thank you. But how did you get to 35? You just skipped to 35. Those added up aren't 35 :S

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Andres Rios 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

A semester in less than 10 minutes

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Mario Marmolejo 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Hi finance storyteller,. What affects the growth rate of the irr? Is it adjusting the or lowering the wacc? Or generally i should have a better cashflow? Also, does the longer the cashflow mean better irr because of potential growth rate?

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Jon McCarty 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Your IRR logic is not quite right. If you do not apply any WACC, your IRR is 22%

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Vithiyananthanesan Manuel Jeyanesan 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

how did you get NPV = 35 is there any equation
sir

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Mathijs 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Like the clear explanation. But this is a very scientific approach. There are so many factors which cant be moddeled.

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Ezekwe Favour 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

okay, maybe i didn't include the points in my calculations.

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Ezekwe Favour 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

I think that was a mistake, 333+278+231+193= 1038,then 1038-1000= 38

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Mirna Hanger 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Thank you, this was a very clear explanation or IRR.

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태공 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Man. you are a great teacher! Many folks make it hard to understand using jargons and stuff. never understood 100% but now I have nailed it. Thanks so much!

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Reinout de Kraker 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Can someone try and explain to me what the difference is between IRR and yearly percentage growth. Or is it the same thing?

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Shawal Hidayat 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

How to get WACC ?

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Matt Villanueva 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

4:17 how did the sum become 35?

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Sharom 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Wahoo I want to say thank you, your explanation is the best for me, really easy, 💖🙏thank you.
I will check all your content. 👍1,000

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Frank Schiro 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

The 1000 should have a negative sign.

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Lee Ng 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

I may be over simplifying it, but how is option b's IRR/rate of return only 27%? If I took $1k and invested it for 4yrs and after 4yrs, I get back total $1.6k which is roughly 60% return. I understand that there's a WACC of 20% (I'm guessing this is risk free rate or oppty cost) that needs to be factored in, but let's say the WACC is 1 or 0. The IRR of 27% seems low given the total recvd after 4yrs. I'm missing something…Thx!

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Investment Pros 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Thanks for the video. I have a question re the initial investment/deposit.

As using equity from another property is basically another loan, do you consider the equity used in this case as an initial investment when calculating IRR?

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Winnie B 33 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

How can I find IRR algebraically by hand? My exam does not allow use of excel.

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Diego Cuestas 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

think he meant to say if irr is 22% that's our breakevent point. the higher the discount rate past this wil provide a (negative npv), therefore you would prefer to go with a 1.2 project than a 1.22. the smaller number you divide by gives higher cash flows per year.. not the other way around.

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Mundher Al.Askari 07/12/2021 - 2:45 Sáng

Thank you so much, this is really helpful 🙂

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