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What is WACC and How is It Used?

What is WACC and How is It Used?

Weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is a basic financial concept and formula that is frequently used in corporate finance and sometimes used in equity and debt valuation, although understanding what it is and its limitations is usually more beneficial to the external analyst trying to understand how a company thinks about itself and its future.

The Value of the Pivot

The Value of the Pivot

Garmin (GRMN) recently soared 17% in a single day following expressive earnings and revenue numbers, with a 4% revenue growth rate ahead of market expectations helping the company’s EPS beat by 22 cents at $1. The new earnings and stock jump brought GRMN shares toa. 23.7 forward P/E ratio.