Understanding the Gordon Growth Model for Stock Valuation

Understanding the Gordon Growth Model for Stock Valuation The Gordon Growth Model (GGM) is a method for the valuation of stocks. Investors use it to determine the relationship between value and return. The model uses the Net Present Value (NPV) of future dividends to calculate assets’ intrinsic value. It’s the most popular variation of the […]

Dividend Discount Model in Financial Analysis

Introduction to the Dividend Discount Model The Dividend Discount Model (DDM) is used to estimate the price of a company’s stocks. The model is based on the theory that the present value of the stock is equal to the present value of all future dividend payments when discounted back to the present. If the present […]

Perpetuity Concept in Financial Analysis

Introduction The Perpetuity concept refers to the present value (PV) of equal periodic cash flows that investors will receive over an indefinite future period. We need to calculate the present value of perpetual cash flows for a variety of reasons, some being: Companies have cash flow projections for a reasonable number of periods and no […]