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Valuation Of Common Stock

Valuation of Common Stock Ashok Banerjee Common (Equity) Stocks • Because common stock never matures, today’s value is the present value of an infinite stream of cash flows (i.e., dividend). • But dividends are not fixed. • Not knowing the amount of the dividends—or even if there will be future dividends— makes it difficult to determine the value of common stock. • So what are we to do? Valuation Models • Dividend Valuation Model (DVM): – Constant dividend: Let D be the constant DPS: The required...

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Under Armour Stock

by Forbes Magazine at $1.05 billion. Stock Information Stock Quote Under Armour, Inc. (NYSE: UA) | 4:13 PM ET on Jan 3, 2013 | Last Price | Change | Open | Day High | 52-Week High | 49.66 | 1.33   (2.75%) | 48.30 | 50.18 | 60.96 | | Volume | Previous Close | Day Low | 52-Week Low | | 1,165,800 | 48.33 | 48.22 | 35.13 | Stock Split Bottom of Form On July 9, 2012, Under Armour, Inc. completed a two-for-one stock split of its outstanding common stock. The stock split occurred in the form of...

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Stock and Market Value

are tax deductible, debt in the firm’s capital structure will decrease the firm’s taxable income, creating a tax shield that will increase the overall value of the firm. 2. Since Stephenson is an all-equity firm with 15 million shares of common stock outstanding, worth $32.50 per share, the market value of the firm is: Market value of equity = $32.50(15,000,000) Market value of equity = $487,500,000 So, the market value balance sheet before the land purchase is: Market value balance...

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Stock Valuation at Ragan Engines

STOCK VALUATION at RAGAN, Inc Regan Thermal System Inc was founded 9 years ago by brother and sister Carrington and Genevieve Regan. The company manufactures and installs commercial heating, ventilation, and cooling (HVAC) units. Ragan has experienced rapid growth because of a propriety technology that increases the energy efficiency of its system. The company is equally owned by Carrington and Genevieve. The original agreement between the siblings gave each 50,000 shares of stock. In the event...

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Investment (Stock-Trak)

Stock-Trak Evaluation When our investments class first started I knew very little about stocks, mutual funds and options but with every class that I took I started to understand exactly what each meant. This became very important in my research of companies to choose for stocks, mutual funds and options. I took a few things into consideration: the economy, the time of season, and the products the company is best known for; also from the companies chosen I look at their three month six month and...

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Dhaka Stock Exchange

Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd. A short overview Dhaka Stock Exchange (Generally known as DSE) is the main stock exchange of Bangladesh. It is located in Motijheel at the heart of the Dhaka city. It was incorporated in 1954. Dhaka stock exchange is the first stock exchange of the country. As of 18 August 2010, the Dhaka Stock Exchange had over 750 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of $50.28 billion. History First incorporated as East Pakistan Stock Exchange Association Ltd in...

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Intel: Stock and Capital Structure

warrant When firm repurchases stock, it will reduce amount of shareholder. Therefore it will reduce common equity proportion in B/S. Due to the fact that cost of equity is higher than cost of debt ( you may need to show the calculation ) , Therefore, if the proportion of equity is reduced, it will definitely reduce in WACC. Issuing the put warrant will have the same result as re purchasing stock, but there will be the risk that company can not buy stock back if Intel price is higher then...

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Stock and Dividend Payout

INVESTMENT CASE STUDY 3 (15%) Case 3: Gainsboro Machine Tools Corp (GMTC) Read the following about GMTC (GMTC). The questions posed to you are: - 1. In theory, to fund an increased dividend payout or a stock buyback, a firm might invest less, borrow more, or issue more stock. Which of those three elements is Gainesboro’s management willing to vary, and which elements remain fixed as a matter of the company’s policy? 2. What happens to Gainesboro’s financing need and unused debt capacity...

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Share Options in the Major Stocks

SHARE OPTIONS IN THE STOCKMARKET The principal business of stock exchanges is trade in physical shares, but they also trade in share options in the major stocks. An option gives the holder the right to buy or sell a share at a predetermined price at some point in the future – for example, the right to buy shares in three months’ time at a price set today. An option which gives the buyer the right to buy a share is a “call” option. An option which gives the buyer the right to sell a share is a...

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Stock Case Analysis

After a nine-week period of $100,000 investment divided equally among four stocks (3D Systems, Microsoft, Nordstrom and Sony), our portfolio has been liquidated, analyzed, and compared to the surrounding markets by investing the same $100,000 in each of 3 different indexes: the VFINX, the VHGEX and the NASDAQ 100. These portfolios represent the overall U.S., global equity and technology market, respectively. Shown below are the results from the portfolio and its comparisons. Performance/Risk Assessment ...

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