Investment generate an economic profit, Financial Econometrics

An investment will require a $1.0 million cash outlay.  It will generate perpetual net cash inflows of $115,000 a year. Investors could earn 9 percent elsewhere by taking the same risk. Will this investment generate an economic profit?

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