Intrinsic value of Akebia Therapeutics, Inc. (AKBA)

[per Chepakovich valuation model]

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Previous Close$3.29
Intrinsic Value
Upside potential
Previous Close
$3.29

VALUATION INPUT DATA

Revenue, mln $
Initial revenue growth rate (norm.), %
Variable cost ratio, %
Fixed operating expenses, mln $
Production assets / Revenue, %
Working capital / Revenue, %
Interest rate on debt, %
Life of production assets, yrs
Initial discount rate, %
Shares outstanding, mln
Adjusted equity ratio
Adjusted assets / Revenue
Based on fiscal year data as of 2020-12-31 and quarterly data as of 2020-12-31.
NOTE: The bar chart shows historic and forecasted yearly revenue growth rates. Its purpose is to help you in determining what initial revenue rate you want to base your stock valuation on. Please make sure that you are confident in the value you select - for most stocks it is by far the most important parameter in valuation.
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  2. Quarterly YoY
  3. Quarterly QoQ

Annual revenue growth rates, % (past and forecasted)

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FORECAST and PRESENT VALUE CALCULATION

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INCOME STATEMENT

Revenue growth rate, %-11.9NaN
Revenue, $295NaN
Variable operating expenses, $mNaN
Fixed operating expenses, $mNaN
Total operating expenses, $m672NaN
Operating income, $m-376NaN
EBITDA, $m-227NaN
Interest expense (income), $mNaN
Earnings before tax, $m-383NaN
Tax expense, $m0NaN
Net income, $m-383NaN

BALANCE SHEET

Cash and short-term investments, $m229NaN
Total assets, $m644NaN
Adjusted assets (=assets-cash), $m415NaN
Average production assets, $m282NaN
Working capital, $m184NaN
Total debt, $m96NaN
Total liabilities, $m397NaN
Total equity, $m248NaN
Debt-to-equity ratio0.389NaN
Adjusted equity ratio0.046NaN

CASH FLOW

Net income, $m-383NaN
Depreciation, amort., depletion, $m149NaN
Funds from operations, $mNaN
Change in working capital, $mNaN
Cash from operations, $m-110NaN
Maintenance CAPEX, $mNaN
New CAPEX, $mNaN
Total CAPEX, $m-0NaN
Free cash flow, $m-110NaN
Issuance/(repurchase) of shares, $mNaN
Retained Cash Flow, $mNaN
Pot'l extraordinary dividend, $m184
Cash available for distribution, $mNaN
Discount rate, %NaN
PV of cash for distribution, $mNaN
Current shareholders' claim on cash, %NaN