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What DCFs gain in precision (giving a precise estimate based on theory and computation), they often times lose in precision (giving a genuine indicator of the precise value of the business). DCFs are exceedingly difficult to get right used, because they involve predicting future cash moves (and the value of them, as determined by the discount rate), and all such predictions require assumptions. The farther into the future we predict, the more difficult these projections become. Any number of assumptions made in a DCF valuation can swing the value of the company-sometimes quite significantly. Therefore, DCF valuations are typically most readily useful and reliable in an ongoing company with highly stable and predictable cash flows, such as an established Utility company.
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Because DCFs are so difficult to “get perfect,” they are typically used to complement Comparable Companies Analysis and Precedent Transaction Analysis (discussed next). The Precedent Transaction valuation technique is normally pretty easy to execute as well. If the buyer acquires many stake in an organization (, or similarly, whenever a controlling stake in a business is divested), a Precedent Transaction analysis is almost always the theoretically correct Comparable Company analysis to perform. Why do we use Precedent Transactions analysis in this scenario?
Because when a majority stake is purchased, the customer assumes control of the acquired entity. With control over the business enterprise, the buyer has more flexibility and more options about how to create value for the continuing business, with less interference from other stakeholders. Therefore, when control is transferred, a control high quality is paid.
Precedent Transactions are designed to try to ascertain the difference between your value of the comparable companies acquired in the past before the deal vs. In other words, the analyst establishes the difference between the market value of the ongoing company before the deal is announced vs. This difference symbolizes the high quality paid to acquire the controlling curiosity about the carrying on business.