Fidelity Low Volatility Factor ETF (FDLO)
|Growth in perpetuity method:|
|Long-term growth rate|
|Free cash flow (t + 1)||-|
|Present Value of Terminal Value||-|
Now that we’ve estimated the free cash flow generated over the five-year forecast period, we need to estimate the value of Fidelity Low Volatility Factor ETF’s cash flows after that period (if we don’t include this, we would have to assume that Fidelity Low Volatility Factor ETF stopped operating at the end of the five-year forecast period). To do so, we’ll determine the company’s terminal value.