WACC or Weighted Average Cost of Capital is explained in hindi. WACC primarily averages out the cost of equity and cost of debt. In this video we will learn about cost of capital, how its is calculated and how weighted average cost of capital is used to calculate NPV and IRR.

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WACC or Weighted Average Cost of Capital को हिंदी में समझाया गया है । WACC मुख्य रूप से equity और debt की लागत से बाहर है। इस वीडियो में हम cost of capital के बारे में जानेगे, इसको कैसे calculate किया जाता है और WACC को NPV और IRR calculate करने के लिए कैसे उपयोग किया जाता है ।

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In this video, we have explained:
What is Weighted Average Cost of Capital?
How is WACC calculated?
Difference between WACC and IRR?
Why is debt cheaper than equity?
What is debt cost?
How is cost of equity calculated?
Why is WACC important?
How does increasing debt affect WACC?
Is WACC same as discount rate?
What is discount rate in NPV?
How do you calculate NPV?
Can WACC be negative?
What is cost of capital?
Why is WACC used?
What’s an equity fund?

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