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Unformatted text preview: .13 2.94/32.84 = .0405 10. t 1 2 3 4 5 6 $2.50 $2.90 $3.36 $3.90 $4.53 $4.84 $5.18 PV $2.46 $2.42 $2.38 $2.33 PV_14 $9.58 TV $44.03 PVTV $22.71 Price $32.29 Note, the Terminal Value (TV) is computed with the Gordon Model as: (4.53*1.07)/ (.18.07) = 44.06 if you use a financial calculator and you round to the nearest penny on each annual amount. In the spreadsheet above, we have 44.03 because the spreadsheet does not round when it calculates. So, if you work this problem without rounding in your calculator, you will get the answer we have above. You then discount this value back four years at 18% and you get the present value of the terminal value (PVTV) of 22.71. Then add the present value from years 14 (PV_14) of 9.58 to the PVTV of 22.71 and you get the solution of 32.29. Of course, if you round to the nearest penny, youll get a slightly different answer. TV will be 44.06. PVTV will be 22.73 and the final price will be 32.31....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course BUS M 301 taught by Professor Jimbrau during the Winter '11 term at BYU.
 Winter '11
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 Finance

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