Constant growth dividend valuation gordon model

• Assumes that the value of a share of stock equals the present value of all future dividends (assumed to grow at a constant rate) that it is expected to provide over an infinite time horizon. The model assumes that dividends will grow at a rate that is less than the required rate of return.


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Constant growth model
Constant maturity
Constant maturity treasuries
Constant payout ratio dividend policy
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Cumulative dividend feature
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Dividend clawback
Dividend clientele
Dividend date
Dividend discount model
Dividend growth model
Dividend irrelevance theory
Dividend limitation
Dividend or dividends
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Dividend reinvestment plan
Dividend relevance theory
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Ex dividend
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Growth fund or growth stocks
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Ho lee option model
Homemade dividend
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Index model
Indicated dividend
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Liquidating dividend
Low regular and extra dividend policy
Market model
Miller orr model
Net present value of growth opportunities
Option adjusted spread model
Ordinary dividend
Pe ratio to eps growth
Perfect market view of dividend policy
Pie model of capital structure
Potential average dividend yield
Present value of growth opportunities
Price dividend will support
Regular dividend policy
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Signaling view on dividend policy
Simple compound growth method
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Special dividend
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Substitute cash or dividend payment
Sustainable growth rate
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