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Chapter 11
The dividend-growth model may be used to value a stock: (beside the d is a lower case 0)
V=( D (1+g))/(k-g)

What I the value of stock if:

D = $2 (beside the d is a lower case 0)

K=10%

g=6%

What is the value of this stock if the dividend is increased to $3 and the other variables remain constant?
What is the value of this stock if the required return declines to 7.5 percent and the other variables remain constant?
What is the value of this stock if the growth rate declines to 4 percent and the other variables remain constant?
What is the value of this stock if the dividend is increased to $2.30, the growth rate declines to 4 percent, and the required return remains 10 percent?
Last year Artworks, Inc. paid a dividend of $3.50. you anticipate that the company’s growth rat is 10 percent and have required rate of return of 15 percent for this type of equity investment. What is the maximum price you would be willing to pay for the stock
An investor with a required return of 14 percent for very risky investments in common stock has analyzed three firms and must decide which, if any, to purchase. The information is as follows:
Jersey mining has a beta coefficient of 1.2. Currently the risk-free rate is 5 percent and the anticipated return on the market is 11 percent. JJM pays a $4.50 dividend that is growing at 6 percent annually.
What is the required return for JJM
Given the required return, what is the value of the stock?
If the stock is selling for $80, what should you do?
If the beta coefficient declines to 1.0 what is the new value of the stock
If the price remains $80, what course of action should you take given the valuation in (d)?
Chapter 14
Big Oil Inc. has preferred stock outstanding that pays a $9 annual dividend. If investors’ required rate of return is 13 percent, what is the market value of the shares? If the required return declines to 11 percent, what is the change in the price of the stock?
What should be the price of the following preferred stocks if comparable securities yield 7 percent? Why are the valuations different?
MN Inc., $8 preferred (100 par)
CH Inc., $8 preferred (100 par) with mandatory retirement after 20 years
You are considering purchasing the preferred stock of a firm but are concerned about its capacity to pay the dividend. To help allay that fear, you compute the times-preferred-dividend-earned ratio for the past three years from the following data taken from the firm’s statements:
Year X1 X2 X3
Operating income $12,000,000 $15,000,000 $17,000,000
Interest ; 3,000,000 5,900,000 11,000,000
Taxes 4,000,000 5, 400,000 4,000,000
Preferred dividends 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,500,000
Common dividends 3,000,000 2,000,000 __
What does your analysis indicate about the firm’s capacity to pay preferred stock dividends?

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What should be the price of the following preferred stocks if comparable securities yield 7 percent? Why are the valuations different? MN Inc., $8 preferred (100 par) CH Inc., $8 preferred (100 par) with mandatory retirement after 20 years