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# dividend decisions

what is the difference between these two formula's of Gordon ? which situation should these formula be applied ?

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Swathi Krishna

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15-Oct-20 22:42

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Both are same Numerator D 0 x ( 1+ g) = Next year dividend ; E x ( 1-b) = Earnings x payout ratio next year Denominator g = br i.e growth rate = return rate on capital x retention rate

Sriram Somayajula

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16-Oct-20 10:10

8th question

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Swathi Krishna

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19-Oct-20 16:14

Swathi Krishna

8th question

Can you share what you have done?

Suraj Lakhotia

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20-Oct-20 17:16

Ohoo I swa this now Here's what I have done

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Swathi Krishna

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07-Nov-20 12:36

Swathi Krishna

Ohoo I swa this now Here's what I have done

This walter forumula - there is no growth rate in it. please refer page 9.18 of ICAI Study material Dividend decisions chapter

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Sriram Somayajula

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07-Nov-20 12:44

Sir, I was talking about Gordon's formula

Swathi Krishna

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07-Nov-20 14:22

Swathi Krishna

Sir, I was talking about Gordon's formula

My suggestion always apply d0 x ( 1+g) and state an assumption that the given dividend is dividend for year ( unless they specifically state in the question that the given dividend is for next year) and you are computing price based on next year's dividend. What you have done is correct

Sriram Somayajula

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07-Nov-20 20:56

K sir Thank you so much for efforts

Swathi Krishna

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08-Nov-20 01:12

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