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Terminal Value

A method for determining the residual value of a company at the end of the forecasted period of a discounted cash flow analysis. There are two methods to calculate Terminal Value.  One is the Perpetuity Growth Model, which assumes that the cash flows will continue.  The second method is the Exit Multiple Approach, which assumes that the business will be sold at the end of the forecast period.