(solution) Hi Can you do this for me too? It is Target Corp Prepare DFCF

(solution) Hi Can you do this for me too? It is Target Corp Prepare DFCF

Hi  Can you do this for me too? It is Target Corp

Prepare DFCF Stock Valuation (Discounted Free Cash Flow Stock Valuation)

and EVA/MVA Analysis

(Rev. 071216)

Students may elect to use the eVal Financial Forecasting Model or Prof. Stevens? Excel Discounted Free Cash Flow Valuation Model for the DCF Stock Valuation part of this assignment. If the eVal model is selected, make sure that financial information is available for the company that is selected for the assignment (See: http://www.lundholmandandsloan.com). Similarly, if Prof. Stevens? model is used for the assignment make sure that financial information is available (e.g., Yahoo Finance, etc.). (Note: Alternatively, the ValuePro.net model may be used for the DCF valuationbut the final score for the assignment will be reduced by 20% if that alternative is selected.)

The actual Excel forecasting model (either eVal or Prof. Stevens? model) must be submitted with the assignment.

The instructor?s EVA/MVA Excel Model must be used for the EVA/MVA analysis. That model must be submitted with the assignment, too.

Assignment: DCF Valuation and EVA/MVA Analysis

Using the company that was selected for the class, there are two parts to this assignment:

1. DCF Company Valuation ?

Prepare a DCF Valuation of the selected company using either: (a) the eVal Excel Model and the projections developed in Week 2, or, (b) Professor Stevens? Excel Financial Forecasting Model. Both of the models have an embedded worksheet that accommodates the Discounted Free Cash Flow stock valuation.

Make sure that the stock valuation model is submitted with the written analysis.

Discuss, interpret and explain the assumptions (variables) used in the analysis.

Discuss, interpret and explain the results of the analysis. This involves comparing the intrinsic value of the company’s stock valuation to the current stock price and carefully explaining any differences.

2. EVA & MVA Analysis –

Prepare an analysis of EVA and MVA for the selected company. An Excel model is provided by the instructor. Explain the results.

Make sure that the EVA/MVA Excel model is submitted with the written analysis.

CONTENT OF THE ANALYSIS

The analysis associated with the two parts of the assignment needs to include:

1. Explanation of the Variables Used in the DCF Valuation ? Explain and justify all of the variables used in the DCF valuation. These would include, but are not limited to, the growth rates, capitalization structure, cost of capital components, WACC, etc.

2. Explanation and Interpretation of DCF Valuation Results ? Explain the results of the DCF analysis. This should include an analysis of any difference between the results of the DCF analysis and the current stock price.

3. Explanation of the Data Used for the EVA Analysis and Interpretation of Results ? Present the results of the EVA analysis and explain what they mean. The analysis should discuss future EVA results and what variables can affect those results either positively or negatively.

4. Explanation of the Data Used for the MVA Analysis and Interpretation of Results – Present the results of the MVA analysis and explain what they mean. The analysis should explain a discussion of future MVA results and what variables can affect those results either positively or negatively.

Writing Instructions

The discussion portion of the analysis should be three to five pages in length, double spaced, and should employ APA style and format for reference citations. Supporting data (e.g., figures, tables, etc.) and references should be submitted limited to four separate attachments in an appendix after the written portion of the paper.

The paper should begin with a short introduction and then proceed to examine the four topics outlined in the previous section.

The subheadings used in the paper should be:

1. Introduction

2. Explanation of the Variables Used in the DCF Valuation

3. Explanation and Interpretation of DCF Valuation Results

(Including comparison and explanation of differences between the current stock price and results of the DCF valuation.)

4. Explanation of the Data Used for the EVA Analysis and Interpretation of Results

5. Explanation of the Data Used for the MVA Analysis and Interpretation of Results

Name of Company McCormick & Company (MKC) 2015 (04/12/2016)
Directions: Enter data in the yellow-coded cells.
Do not cut and paste or otherwise make changes
to the Excel spreadsheet. Estimate Basic Information & Growth Rates
Initial Free Cash Flow
Initial Period Annual Growth Rate Estimate
Terminal Annual Growth Rate Estimate
How Long is Initial Growth Period (Years)
Number of Shares of Common Stock
Tax Rate Estimated During Future Periods
Total Interest-Bearing Permanent Debt Estimated During Period
Total Assets $422.76
2.50%
2.00%
10
115.27
26.50%
$1,100.00
$4,510.00 Estimate Free Cash Flow
From Current Sales ($) Estimate Future Annual Sales ($)
From Current EBIT Margin (%) Estimate Future EBIT Margin (%)
EBIT
Plus – Future Annual Estimated Depreciation Expense
Less – Future Annual Estimated Capital Expenditures
Less – Net Annual Estimated Change (Invest.) in Working Capital
Equals Operating Cash Flow
Less Taxes
Equals Free Cash Flow $4,400.00
14.00%
$616.00
$110.00
$130.00
$10.00
$586.00
$163.24
$422.76 Estimate Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Cost of Equity Capital
Before Tax Cost of Debt Estimated During Future Periods
Market Risk Premium (RM-RF) Estimated During Future Periods
Debt Ratio (Total Debt/Total Assets) Estimated During Future Periods
Beta Estimated During Future Periods
Risk-free Rate (Use L-T Treasury Rate) Estimated During Future Periods
= Weighted Average Cost of Capital Year
Free Cash
Flow
Terminal
Value
Total FCF
Discounted
FCF
Net Present
Value of
FCF
Net Present
Value of
FCF Minus
Debt
Per Share
Value 0 1 2 3 5.800%
3.500%
5.500%
24.390%
0.600
2.500%
5.013% 4 5 Computer Calculates
See Note 1
See Note 2
Years 0 Up to 20 Be very careful with entering the Number of Shares.
Make sure that the decimal point is in the proper
location. Computer Calculates Computer Calculates
Computer Calculates – See Note 3
Computer Calculates Computer Calculates Computer Calculates Computer Calculates 6 7 8 9 $0 $433 $444 $455 $467 $478 $490 $503 $515 $528 $0 $433 $444 $455 $467 $478 $490 $503 $515 $528 $0 $413 $403 $393 $384 $375 $366 $357 $348 $340 10 11 12 13 Note: Terminal Growth Rate Must be less than WACC for
projections of 1 or more years; for valuations based on 0
years of projections, WACC must be > Growth Rate 15 16 17 18 19 20 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $18,322 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $18,863 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $11,566 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $14,943 $13,843 14 $541 FREE CASH FLOW VALUATION MODEL $120.10 Notes:
1. Terminal Value is growing perpetuity of final year's Free Cash Flow [(FCF) / (WACC – Growth Rate)]
2. If Number of years of projected growth is "0", then Net Present Value of Free Cash Flows is growing perpetuity of Free Cash Flow [(FCF*(1+Growth Rate) / (WACC – Growth Rate)
3. Taxes are determined by multiplying the Tax Rate times EBIT.