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P/E and justified P/E (Trailing)

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Why are these two number different wouldn’t the direct calculation of  P0 / E0  be the same as (1+g)*(1-d)/(r-g)

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Ignore the question :  I figured out  trailing and leading P/E help in valuing the actual P/E

They’re different because the market price of the stock is lower than what the Gordon growth model says that it should be.

There’s no reason for them to be the same, which is the point of the justified multiple.

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

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