6. In March 2004, Fly Paper’s stock sold for about $73. Security analysts were forecasting a long-term earnings growth rate of 8.5 percent. The company is expected to pay a dividend of $1.68 per share.,,,a. Assume dividends are expected to grow along with earnings at g _ 8.5 percent per,year in perpetuity. What rate of return r were investors expecting?,,,,b. Fly Paper was expected to earn about 12 percent on book equity and to pay out about,50 percent of earnings as dividends. What do these forecasts imply for g? For r? Use,the perpetual-growth DCF formula.,,,,,7. Consider the following three stocks:,,a. Stock A is expected to provide a dividend of $10 a share forever.,,,b. Stock B is expected to pay a dividend of $5 next year. Thereafter, dividend growth is,expected to be 4 percent a year forever.,,,,c. Stock C is expected to pay a dividend of $5 next year. Thereafter, dividend growth,is expected to be 20 percent a year for 5 years (i.e., until year 6) and zero thereafter.,If the market capitalization rate for each stock is 10 percent, which stock is the most,valuable? What if the capitalization rate is 7 percent?,
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