Study Session 9: Equity Valuation: Valuation Concepts
Im given expected CAPM on annual basis of 12.6%, while P0=$20.75 and P3=$29 and the problem asks to solve for three-year holding period return.
Why 29/20.75-1 is not equal to (1+12.6%)^3? Im given annual required return of 12.6% so what’s wrong?
Do we really need to do the BB examples for industry and company analysis? While the chapter seems fairly easy, the BBs are crazy lengthy and time consuming!
What do you guys suggest?
If dividend declines at a constant rate indefinitely, is Gordon growth model still valid?
Leading P/E=(payout ratio)/(r-g)
Therefore, as payout ratio increases, P/E increases.
However, g=ROE*(1- payout ratio)
As payout ratio increases, g decreases, then P/E decreases.
So, if payout ratio increases, whether P/E increases or decreases?
I’m reading earning multiple chapter in Damodaran book. He demonstrates the formulas to calculate PE by using payout ratio, cost of equity and growth rate for 1 and 2 stage but he don’t show formulas for 3 stage as FCFF or FCFE.
Please help me how is formulas for 3 stage?
Thanks a lot
Why nearly all stocks have negative exposure to unexpected change in the inflation rate, as their returns decline with positive surprises in inflation?
if the historical data displays survivorship bias, the historical risk premium estimate should be adjusted downward, not upward…
Can somebody explain the logic here? I thought survivorship bias means only the good performing funds are taken into account hence the risk premium is too low (compared to what it would be if all funds were considered) as it only considers the good performing funds… so to adjust the risk premium should be adjusted higher..
high risk = high risk premium… please correct me if i am wrong.
can i use different risk free rate for every year in my equity valuation ???
Like for Y1 Rf=4% Y2 Rf=3% and so on …….
Need a little help on this EV/EBITDA calculation for Chesapeake Energy. Not sure if I’m doing this right.
Using yesterday’s closing price and current outstanding shares, I got a diluted equity value of $6.132B. Then, I used the most recent 10-Q to calculate the EV. Does this look right? I appreciate any help.
Diluted Equity Value: 6,131,864,900
Less Cash & Cash Equiv: (4,000,000)
Less: Net Value of Hedges: 121,000,000
Plus: Debt 9,678,000,000
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