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## 13 thoughts on “Mining Financial Modeling & Valuation Course – Tutorial financial course”

1. What is transaction NPV, and how the 435,646,378 Purchase Price is calculated?

2. I got fantastic land in Kazakhstan with proven gold reserve estimated over 250 t. Please write me if interested mr.akylb@gmail.com

3. Thank you so much for your time. I wanted to ask you is the fmva certification enough for a company to hired me? I am really taking your course for my own business and because I want to go into the stock market. But I would like to know just incase?

4. How could I find that Mining Finincial Model BLANK? Is there any chance to download it or buy it? I need that ASAP

5. An eye opening session for mining professionals. Highly appreciated your effort

6. I was working through the DCF quiz. The given answer 0.8227 to the question: " Imagine we are currently in the year 2017. At a fixed 5% annual discount rate, what is the discount factor of the year 2020?" appears wrong. My excel calculation shows that the answer is 0.8638. Am I missing something?

7. Why does the total mining cost exclude waste? Isn't that understating the mining cost? Obviously you mine both ore and waste. Also how is the transportation of waste to the dump accounted for if you are only referencing Mill Feed?

8. Great course. I see that under the "Milling Schedule" , Payability units appear in oz instead of %. Is that a typo?

9. How is a mine claim assessed for its value for NSR agreement?

10. thanks for this tutorial. can you make the template available for download?

11. Wouldn't you want to stay away from a DCF model for mines and other companies with high earning variation? Like a P/B multiple method?

12. Thank you so much for this video.This is very useful.