Accounting
posted by Lyra
How can I find the supernormal growth rate and constant growth rate of a stock?
V = D1/kg
V = the value of the stock
D1 = the dividend next period
k = the required rate of return
g = constant growth rate
I'm confused on how to combine the constant growth rate formula with the supernormal growth rate.
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