Forecast Period

In finance, the forecast period is the time period in which the individual yearly cash flows are input to the discounted cash flow formula. Cash flows after the forecast period can only be represented by a fixed number such as the compound annual growth rate. There are no fixed rules for determining the duration of the forecast period. This article covers three methods of determining the forecast period.
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    … the forecast period. Despite healthy growth, television’s share of global ad spend is expected to fall slightly over the next few years as desktop and mobile Internet grow much faster. Ayaz Nanji is an independent digital strategist and the co-founder of Inbound ContentWorks, a marketing agency that specializes in content creation for businesses and brands…

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    …, accounting for 69 percent of total mobile data traffic by the end of the forecast period.” Source: So, if you haven’t taken a hard look at Vine yet, you may want to. But, make sure Vine videos are a good fit for your PR strategy. PR professional John Janney offers five pertinent questions to help you figure it out: Does your brand fit…

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