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Relative Valuation Model

A relative valuation model is a business valuation method that compares a company’s value to that of its competitors or industry peers to assess the firm’s financial worth. Relative valuation models are an alternative to absolute value models, which try to determine a company’s intrinsic worth based on its estimated future free cash flows discounted to their present value, without any reference to another company or industry average. Like absolute value models, investors may use relative valuation models when determining whether a company’s stock is a good buy.

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