Confidently Estimate Company Valuation

Using the 3 Drivers of value, free cash flow, returns on capital, and cost of capital

Presenting the Little Package of Valuation

Includes calculations for DCF (FCFF and FCFE), ROIC and WACC, DDM, Multiples, and Residual Income Valuations


Free Cash Flow to the Firm


Free Cash Flow to Equity


Return on Invested Capital


Weighted Average Cost of Captial or Discount Rate


Dividend Discount Model


Mutlples along with Residual Income Valuations

Bring Simplicity, Efficiency, and Accuracy to the Valuation Process

Most of the valuation models online take hours to fill out, with tons of inputs to find the value. And if you make one wrong input, then it becomes even more time wasted tracking down the mistake.
Not to mention the fact that they give you one variable, Free Cash Flow (FCF), with no mention of what drives the growth of the FCF, just estimates. It’s like whistling in the dark.
The fact is that there are two versions of FCF, Free Cash Flow to the Firm (FCFF) and Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE); this package gives you a model for both.

Feedback on Using the Little Package of Valuations

Solve the Riddle of Valuation

The secret sauce of valuing a company on its Free Cash Flows to the Firm is the impact of ROIC on reinvestment efficiency. There’s too many ROIC calculators out there; each one is different. The Simple ROIC Calculator spreadsheet tool defines this key variable needing just a few financial statement metrics.
The WACC calculator tools online face a similar problem. It’s either a black box of mystery, or limited in customization features. The WACC Model for a DCF spreadsheet tool is fully customizable and easy to use, like all 4 tools in this package.  You won’t need a mathematics degree for this one— just 6 inputs.
Now all that’s left is a simple formula to estimate a growth rate from our ROIC calculator and discount it with our WACC— enter the Normalized DCF Model. As you might be able to tell, you don’t have to fill in 100 inputs to make an accurate model; we’ve boiled them down to just the essential.
What about when you need a more complex model, with forecasts explicitly laid out over 10 years ? Shouldn’t you have a financial modeling and forecasting tool which incorporates data from all 3 financial statements into a seamless experience, with effortless updates on every keystroke?
That’s exactly what the IFB Equity Model does, and it is based on a Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) model discounted at the Cost of Equity, and includes 5 additional valuation models for additional context on the estimates.
The IFB Equity Model was created by corporate finance professional Cameron Smith, who spent countless hours studying for the CFA and CPA and knows the struggle of having to juggle many formulas and equations in attempting to understand company financials; that’s why this tool was born.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this tool work with non-US stocks such as Canada or the UK?

Yes, as long as a company has posted GAAP or IFRS compliant financials publicly, you can use that data for these models.

What if I am not satisfied with the tool, can I get my money back?

Yes, you may refund the product for any reason at all in the first 30 days. Email [email protected].

How do I use the LIttle Package of Valuation exactly?

The Little Package of Valuation was created using a combination of models to allow for the estimation of intrinsic value with as little pain as possible. The FCFF, WACC, and Normalized DCF models have preprogrammed formulas with a few inputs that allow you to see results right away. With automated calculations for 7 different valuation methods and up to 10 years of forecasted financials, simply input historical metrics and navigate the spreadsheets for each ending valuation.

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