Snap Inc Model
Last Updated: March 8, 2018
Model Developed By: Christian M. Barron
Summary of Model Assumptions: This model uses a market multiple and DCF to estimate the intrinsic value of the share price of Snap, Inc.'s stock. Further, the model also uses a scenario analysis, which entails a best case, base case, and worst case scenario, as well as a M&A scenario.
Disclosure: The author of this model has no financial investment or other conflict of interest related to the subject company or other companies discussed. Any views made or implied in the content represent the author’s opinions.
Christian M. Barron
Christian is a recent college graduate from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) College of Business. Christian is currently working for Milo Properties as an Accounting Associate. He currently is looking to transition into a more traditional finance role. Christian is also CPA Certified (pending licensure) as well as a CFA Level 3 Candidate. Christian's other interests are Golf, Ice Hockey, Judo & Jiu-Jitsu, and History.