So you need to calculate the NPV, IRR, or any of the above financial values for one investment. Simple, right? In Excel, you just use the relevant function on the data e.g.
But what if you need to calculate the numbers for hundreds of investments, by different categories? For example, say we have a worksheet containing the cash flows for over 200 companies, with varying starting and ending periods, grouped by industry, sector, and risk level.
Are you able to calculate measures like the NPV and IRR for individual investments or groups of investments in Excel fast?
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