5 years of historical, 5 years of projected balance sheet and income statement.
Computation of FCF for all years.(Remember to include a AFN account on liability and equity side of the BS to make your BS balance. A negative balance represents an addition to cumulative FCF.)
Reconciliation with Disposition of FCF for all years Disposition of FCF entails dividends, interest expense after tax, retirement of bonds, redemption of stock, increase in marketable securities and increases in excess cash and cash equivalents.
Valuation of the company and comparison with current market price. (Will include a horizon value at the end of 5 years and 5 years of FCF.)
This will give you the value of operations. Then we add the value of marketable securities and the excess cash and that will give you the value of the company. Then subtract out the value of bonds and notes to come up with the value of the stock. Then divide by the number of outstanding shares to come up with the value per share.
Cash balances (operating vs. excess cash).