Things I have tried
I’m trying to fit a simple Mermaid diagram in it’s entirety as follows:
graph TB c1([Higher real growth <br> Economy is growing <br> faster than expected])-->irrise[Interest rates rise] c2([Higher inflation <br> Expected inflation in <br> future years rises])-->irrise irrise-- Riskfree rate rises -->rfr[Riskfree rate <br> Rate of return on <br> guaranteed long <br> term investment] c2---hrp[Higher risk premia]-->rp[Risk premiums <br> Extra return demanded <br> by equity ERP <br> and debt default <br> spreads] rfr-->dr[Discount rate] rp-->dr dr-->ev[Enterprise Value] c1-. Higher growth .->rg[Revenue Growth <br> Function of the <br> size of the <br> total accessible <br> market and market <br> share] hrp-. Higher growth .-> rg fcff[FCFF = EBITDA - Taxes - CapEx - WC - Taxes] fcff-->ev rg-->fcff c1-. Higher margins .->om[Operating Margins <br> Determined by pricing <br> power and cost <br> efficiencies]-->fcff hrp-. Without pricing <br> power margins <br> will decrease .->om hrp-. With pricing <br> power margins <br> will be <br> stable .->om
What I’m trying to do
Is there a way of making it smaller and or “hacking” mermaid in some way?