Virtus Equity & Convertible Income ... (NIE)
|Growth in perpetuity method:|
|Long-term growth rate|
|Free cash flow (t + 1)||-1,127.12|
|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 Virtus Equity & Convertible Income Fund’s cash flows after that period (if we don’t include this, we would have to assume that Virtus Equity & Convertible Income Fund stopped operating at the end of the five-year forecast period). To do so, we’ll determine the company’s terminal value.