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A. A firm with low anticipated profit will likely take on a high level of debt. B. A successful firm will

probably take on zero debt. C. Rational firms raise debt levels when profits are expected to decline. D. Rational investors are likely to infer a higher firm value from a zero debt level. E. Investors will generally view an increase in debt as a positive sign for the firm's value.

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