Valuation methods, Financial Management

Valuation Methods:

  1. 2 - Year Method
  2. Perpetual Growth Method
  3. Constant Growth Method
  4. Zero Growth Method
  5. Growth Phases

Valuation Model:  'Constant Growth Method'

The value is given by,

 

à V = {D x (1 + g) / (Ke - g)}           where, V = intrinsic value

                                                                        D = dividend at time 't'

                                                                        Ke = expected rate of return

                                                                        g = constant growth rate of return

 

The constant growth model has been used as it best approximates the situation for stocks in this sector. Also, this helps in simple calculations.

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