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What is gordon model ,how it is differ from walter model.

Tags: electronics, cars & bikes, technology
Asked by ashutosh pandey, 12 Jan '10 04:21 am
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The Gordon growth model is a variant of the discounted cash flow model, a method for valuing a stock or business. According to Walter, in the long run, share prices reflect the present value of future stream of dividends. Retained earnings influence stock prices only through their effect on further dividends.
Answered by RANJAN KARNAD, 12 Jan '10 05:46 am

 
  
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