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Dividend relevance theory

• The theory, attributed to Gordon and Lintner, that shareholders prefer current dividends and that there is a direct relationship between a firm's dividend policy and its market value.

 
 

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Agency theory
Arbitrage pricing theory
Average dividend yield
Bubble theory
Cash dividend
Constant growth dividend valuation gordon model
Constant payout ratio dividend policy
Cum dividend
Cumulative dividend feature
Discounted dividend model
Dividend
Dividend clawback
Dividend clientele
Dividend date
Dividend discount model
Dividend growth model
Dividend irrelevance theory
Dividend limitation
Dividend or dividends
Dividend payout ratio
Dividend policy
Dividend rate
Dividend reinvestment
Dividend reinvestment plan
Dividend rights
Dividend valuation model
Dividend yield
Dividend yield funds
Dividend yield stocks
Ex dividend
Ex dividend date
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Extra dividend
Homemade dividend
Indicated dividend
Liquidating dividend
Liquidity preference theory
Liquidity theory of the term structure
Local expectations theory
Low regular and extra dividend policy
Market segmentation theory or preferred habitat theory
Modern portfolio theory
Normal backwardation theory
Odd lot theory
Ordinary dividend
Perfect market view of dividend policy
Portfolio theory
Potential average dividend yield
Preferred habitat theory
Price dividend will support
Pure expectations theory
Random walk theory
Regular dividend policy
Residual dividend approach
Residual theory of dividends
Signaling view on dividend policy
Small ordinary stock dividend
Special dividend
Static theory of capital structure
Stock dividend
Substitute cash or dividend payment
Target dividend payout ratio
Tax differential view of dividend policy
Theory of cross hedging
Theory of hedging
Traditional view of dividend policy
With dividend

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