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Justified P/B multiple

Can someone show me how the justified P/B multiple formula is derived:

(ROE-g)/(r-g)

I think I’ve been staring at it too long but I can’t figure out how it comes out of g = ROE x b and E1 = B0 x ROE

Thanks

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Start with the justified leading P/E ratio:

P0 / E1 = (1 − b) / (rg)

P0 / (B0 × ROE) = (1 − b) / (rg)

P0 / B0 = ROE × (1 − b) / (rg)

P0 / B0 = (ROE − ROE × b) / (rg)

P0 / B0 = (ROE − g) / (rg)

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u so good wit them magic tricks s2000

'A flute with no holes, is not a flute. And a donut with no hole, is a danish'

Thanks magician!

You’re welcome.

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Not sure everyone realizes how absolutely amazing S2000 is. I was on his site maybe 4-5 months ago, and he provides derivations of all the justified price multipes. I replicated it all and taped it to my wall.

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Then, in this thread, he’s given away a piece of that content to help a candidate with an issue.

Moreover, he didn’t subject us to a crass “Sign up now for the ultimate in CFA prepartion from the world’s master…” bleh bleh bleh. 

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Thanks for your kind words, biuku.

Sorry for the unfavorable exchange rate.  For what it’s worth, it isn’t my fault.

Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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Agreed s2k’s site is amazing, well worth the money in advice he gives us for free on here alone. Was glad to fork it over

'A flute with no holes, is not a flute. And a donut with no hole, is a danish'

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james|1989 are you really CFA charterholder? You should’ve known the answer to your question already :)

It's a long shot.

llzodiac99 wrote:
I’ve a little bit confused on this time period

1) I think E​​​​​​1 = B​​​​​​1 x ROE​1

2) 1-b = D​​​​​​1 / E​​​​​​1 due to justified leading P/E formula, so b should be g​​​​​​1 / ROE​​​​1 

All in, the formula should be P​​​​​​0/B​​​​​​1 = ROE​1 - g​​​​​1 / r - g

,but we all don’t care about the time period. 

Pls correct me, if I neglect any assumption or any knowledge.

Tks

The assumption is that ROE, b, and g are constant year-to-year.

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Epsilon wrote:
james|1989 are you really CFA charterholder? You should’ve known the answer to your question already :)

Check the dates: he wasn’t a charterholder two years ago when he asked the question.

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My pleasure.

Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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