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Hey, i'm estimating a valuation model for a start-up company in computer sector. What do you thing it is a nice cost of equity?

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    Nice to the owner of the start up company or to the investor in the company?

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    the word "nice" is too broad in nature. since it's a start-up company, are u assuming that a venture capitalist is valuating the firm? or the owner wanting to get some funding and trying to seek what's the most optimal capital structure?

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