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Apple Inc: DCF Calculation Apple Inc. $AAPL

As stated in my last article I am looking to pick up some shares of Apple Inc. (AAPL) The other day I published Apple’s Cost of Debt, Cost of Equity and latest WACC. Based on those figures I have calculated a price target.

Valuation

In the section below, I will use the Discounted Cash Flow valuation model to estimate the current value of Apple’s shares as well as using the model to estimate future valuations.

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Apple: Free Cash And The Wearables Market To Drive Shareholder Value $AAPL

Over the past couple of years Apple’s (AAPL) stock been on a roller coaster. Since reaching its all time high of just over $100.00 (adjusted for the recent 7 to 1 stock split) in September of 2012, the stock price sold off rather sharply in 2013, hitting lows around the $60.00 level. Since April 2013, Apple’s shares have begun a rebound and are now back around $93.00. So what’s next? Are we on our way back to $100+ or back

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Apple Inc: 2014 Fundamental Analysis WACC, Cost of Debt and Cost of Equity $AAPL

Understanding Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) cost of debt, cost of equity and WACC is an important factor in stock research. Using these formulas an investor will understand how much the shareholder should expect in return for the stock over the long-term, how much the company pays for its debt and how much the company needs in return to break even on its investments.

Cost of Debt

The cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its total debt.

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Apple Inc.: Look for 25% upside from Apple $AAPL

In this analysis I will be using the Discounted Cash Flow Formula to create a stock price target for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Using many different metrics to find a stock price target is a valuable ingredient in stock research.

I believe using the Discounted Cash Flow valuation model for Apple Inc. to be fair because DCF analysis can help one see where the company’s value is coming from and one can generate an opinion based on that.

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Apple Inc: Fundamental Analysis WACC, Cost of Debt and Cost of Equity $AAPL

Understanding Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) cost of debt, cost of equity and WACC is an important factor in stock research. Using these formulas an investor will understand how much the shareholder should expect in return for the stock over the long-term, how much the company pays for its debt and how much the company needs in return to break even on its investments.

Cost of Debt

The cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its total debt.

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