Marginal cost-cost of debt and cost of preferred stock

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Out of these methods Marginal cost ,Cost of Debt, Cost of Preferred Stock, Cost of Equity, CAPM, Risk-free rate, Expected Market Return, Firm’s beta, Dividend Valuation Model, when determining the cost of capital which one is the most difficult to get right. Explain your rationale.

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