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Question 1

ABC Inc. has an expected yield of 18% . It anticipates paying the same dividend of \$1.10 for four more years, after which the dividend will grow at 7% a year indefinitely. Based on the dividend valuation (Capitalization) model, at what price should ABC Inc. currently sell?

Question 2

Net Ltd. just paid a dividend of \$1.80 which it expects to be \$2.90 next year and \$4.00 the next year. After that time, the dividend will likely decline to 5% per year forever. With required rates of return at 14%, what should investors pay for Net Ltd?

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Question 1

ABC Inc. has an expected yield of 18% . It anticipates paying the same dividend of \$1.10 for four more years, after which the dividend will grow at 7% a year indefinitely. Based on the dividend valuation (Capitalization) model, at what price should ABC Inc. currently sell?

The dividend valuation (Capitalization) model is a procedure for valuing the price of a stock by using predicted dividends and discounting them back to present value, ABC Inc has the price
The general formula used for common stock assumes that dividends will grow at a constant ...

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