Discounted Cashflow Valuation Model: AAPL

Discover how Apple (AAPL), one of the most valuable companies in the world, is valued.

What is a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Model?

A discounted cash flow (DCF) model is a financial valuation method used to estimate the intrinsic value of a business by projecting and discounting its future cash flows. It takes into account the time value of money by discounting cash flows back to their present value (money in the future is worth less today).

About the Apple (AAPL) DCF Model

Discover how Apple (AAPL), one of the most valuable companies in the world, is valued and whether its market price is overvalued or undervalued. This interactive model demonstrates how to build a DCF model for a company by estimating its intrinsic value per share and comparing it to the current share price. Note that intrinsic value is the model's estimate and not the actual market value. This template demonstrate how to build a DCF for a company and is not financial advice.

What are the benefits of using this template?

  • Easy-to-Understand Formulas: Formulas that are simple to understand, revisit, reuse. With narrative and modular formulas, the model grows with you and stays user-friendly.
  • Live Data that’s Always Up-to-Date: This model is always fresh and up-to-date with real-time stock prices and treasury rates, ensuring you have the latest information to drive decisions.
  • Explore Interactive Scenarios: Easily dive into different scenarios over time, like changes in the discount rate or future free cash flows. Add new variables as conditions change, allowing you to play around and adapt the model to your needs.