anonymous
  • anonymous
Where I can find market risk premium as a parameter for WACC calcutation?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It depends on which company you are valuing, you can use the implied equity risk premium if you are valuing a US company. Just get it from Damodar's website.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Market Risk Premium is totally based on the investors as it is not fixed for any company. For example There is a company say ABC ltd. TO a risk taker investor the premium would be less than for a risk averse investor. As the later would require higher return to invest in the same company. In conclusion There is no fixed answer to ur question and depend upon ur valuation and appetite for risk.

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