Determine the overvalue or undervalue of share, Financial Accounting

The New York Jets have decided to go public and are offering new shares for $40. Since the Jets want to build a new stadium, the firm will retain all earnings and will not issue any dividends for the next three years. Based on the Jets recent performance and attendance, you estimate the firm to begin paying a $3 dividend exactly three years from now. Furthermore you expect dividends to grow at 50% for the following 2 years after dividend initiation, 25% for the next two years and then increase at 8% forever. If the appropriate discount rate for the New York Jets is 12%, what price should the shares sell at?

Are the shares overvalued or undervalued?

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