The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate and explain some components of GoldSim's Financial Module. Specifically, we will talk about modeling cash flow and calculating net present value.
GoldSim's Cash Flow element computes the net cash flow, the net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) of a cash flow history. This element is used to model the future return of projects, business ventures, and similar undertakings. The net present value calculation (NPV) recognizes the time value of money, and discounts future cashflows (both expenses and revenues) based on a specified discount rate. Hence, an expense incurred 5 years in the future has a present value that is less than the same expense incurred today. Likewise, a revenue generated 5 years in the future is worth less than the same revenue incurred today. Join us by registering for this month's webinar to learn more.
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