About ValuePro 2002
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The ValuePro 2002 Program is an integrated program that consists of five screens: two input screens—the General Input Screen and the Custom Input Screen; and three output screens—the Weighted Average Cost of Capital Screen, the General Pro Forma Screen, and the Custom Pro Forma Screen.

The General Input Screen is the initial screen of the ValuePro 2002 Program. Here you insert the initial cash flow and cost of capital inputs.  Given the initial inputs, this screen will calculate Intrinsic Stock Value based only on those initial inputs.

The Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) Screen is the first output screen of the ValuePro 2002 Program that shows, based on the general inputs, the calculation of the after-tax weighted average cost of capital, and the market capitalization of the company that you are valuing.

The General Pro Forma Screen is the output screen of the ValuePro 2002 Program that shows, based on the general inputs, the calculation of free cash flow over the Excess Return Period, the Total Corporate Value of the firm, the Total Value to Common Equity, and the Intrinsic Stock Value.

The Custom Input Screen is the input screen of the ValuePro 2002 Program on which you can change any one of six cash flow measures and the weighted average cost of capital for any year during the Excess Return Period. 

Custom Pro Forma Screen is the output screen of the ValuePro 2002 Program that shows, based on the custom inputs, the calculation of free cash flow over the Excess Return Period, the Total Corporate Value of the firm, the Total Value to Common Equity, and the Intrinsic Stock Value. .