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Cheap or free DCF software on the net?

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Kathy in FL

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Anybody know of a decent, cheap, or free DCF program that I could download?

Looking for a better option than that old HP...
Kathy
 
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Well, no, but you can set up your own using a calculating table in Word Perfect & I assume Word has something similar. I have subdivision tables that I plug in a cash flow and discount rate and bingo. Ditto for other income streams like royalty payments.

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Paul Ness MAI

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I've used various canned dcf programs over the years, most of which are expensive. But for the past number of years I just use Excel and keep different templates for different situations. Excel is very flexible and powerful and works well for me. If you have Excel, I'll email a dcf file for you.
 

roncole

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I use @value software and am very happy with it, it is inexpensive and very flexable.

www.atvalue.com

You can download a demo.
 

Restrain

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You can do just about anything with Excel. The problem is understanding it, so it will cost you a $39.95 book. If you can get an easy DCF sofware at that price and that's all you need, well...

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