Post-Money Valuation

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Post-Money Valuation

The value of a company after its most recent round of financing. Related: Pre-Money Valuation

Post-Money Valuation

The value of a company's stock after adding external financing, such as a new issue of bonds or an IPO. Venture capitalists can compare the estimated post-money valuation to the pre-money valuation to determine a company's potential profitability when they are making investment decisions. This comparison helps the venture capitalists find how much capital the company needs to maintain or expand its operations.
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However, average post-money valuations continued to increase to $92.
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Commensurately, the average post-money valuation rose to $81.
However, the average post-money valuation slipped to $59.