Enter the market cap, debt, minority shareholdings, preferred shares, and cash + cash equivalents into the calculator. The calculator will evaluate the equity value of the company.

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## Equity Value Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the equity value of a company.

EV = MC + D + MS + PS + C – D

- Where EV is the equity value
- MC is the market capitalization
- D is the total debt
- MS is the minority shareholdings
- PS is the preferred shares
- C is cash and cash equivalents

## Equity Value Definition

An equity value is a financial metric for determining how valuable a particular company and it’s stock offerings are worth. It’s a measure of that companies stock and cash, but does not take into account revenue or profit for any given time period (although those do affect cash).

## Equity Value Example

How to calculate equity value?

**First, determine the market cap.**Calculate the market cap of the company.

**Next, determine the total debt.**Measure the total debt owned by the company.

**Next, determine the number of minority shareholdings.**Calculate the total number of shares owned by minority holders.

**Next, determine the preferred shares.**Calculate the total number of preferred shares.

**Next, determine the cash and cash equivalents.**Calculate all of the cash and cash equivalents.

**Finally, calculate the equity value.**Calculate the equity value using the equation above.

## FAQ

**What is equity value?**

Equity value is a measure of a companies value based on all contributing factors minus profit and revenue.