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## Questions and Answers

What is the estimated P/E ratio using the Gordon Growth Model in the given scenario?

In the Gordon Growth Model, what does 'g' represent?

What is the implied growth rate calculated based on the current P/E ratio in the scenario?

In the context of Security Valuation according to Gordon's Model, what does 'D1' represent?

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What is the Return on Equity (ROI) calculated in the Security Valuation context using Gordon's Model?

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What is the optimal dividend pay-out ratio according to Walter's model when the return on investment exceeds the cost of equity capital?

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In Walter's model, what happens to the market value of a company's share when the dividend pay-out ratio is zero?

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What is the cost of equity capital (Ke) for the company mentioned in the text?

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What is the total dividend amount distributed by the company in the given scenario?

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What is the Dividend per share for the company in the given scenario?

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If the Price/Earning ratio is 8 instead of 12.5, what will be the new cost of equity capital (Ke) for the company?

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What is the Earnings per Share (EPS) for the company?

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What is the Dividend per Share (DPS) for the company?

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What is the expected long-run growth rate for the company's earnings?

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What is the Price/Earning (P/E) ratio at which the company is currently trading?

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What is the Cost of Equity (Ke) capital for the company if the growth rate is assumed to be 15%?

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Based on the information provided, what is the Market Price (MP) per share if the Cost of Capital is 16% and the Growth Rate is 18%?

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## Study Notes

### Gordon Growth Model

- The Gordon Growth Model is used to estimate the P/E ratio.
- 'g' in the Gordon Growth Model represents the expected long-run growth rate of the company's earnings.

### Security Valuation

- In the context of Security Valuation, 'D1' represents the expected dividend per share.
- The Return on Equity (ROI) is calculated using the Gordon Growth Model.

### Walter's Model

- The optimal dividend pay-out ratio is achieved when the return on investment exceeds the cost of equity capital.
- If the dividend pay-out ratio is zero, the market value of a company's share will decrease.

### Company Data

- The cost of equity capital (Ke) for the company is 16%.
- The total dividend amount distributed by the company is $100,000.
- The Dividend per share for the company is $2.
- The Earnings per Share (EPS) for the company is $8.
- The Dividend per Share (DPS) for the company is $2.
- The expected long-run growth rate for the company's earnings is 18%.
- The Price/Earning (P/E) ratio at which the company is currently trading is 12.5.

### Variations

- If the Price/Earning ratio is 8 instead of 12.5, the new cost of equity capital (Ke) for the company would change.
- If the growth rate is assumed to be 15%, the Cost of Equity (Ke) capital for the company would change.
- The Market Price (MP) per share is calculated based on the Cost of Capital and the Growth Rate.

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## Description

Test your knowledge on Walter's model which calculates the market price per share based on earnings, dividends, return on investment, and cost of equity capital. Understand how the price per share changes with different dividend payout ratios according to the model.