Sensitivity analysis

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Sensitivity analysis and stress testing.

The refinement of a financial valuation or decision making model. Sensitivity analysis quantifies the degree of change in a valuation or other assessment, to changes in one or more of the inputs.

It can also be used to identify the break even point or points, at which a financial decision would change.

An important type of sensitivity analysis is stress testing.

See also