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PREFERRED STOCK VALUATION Fee Founders has perpetual preferred stock outstanding that sells for $60 a share and pays a dividend of $5 at the end of each year. What is the required rate of return?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The required rate of return on preferred stock.

Return on Preferred Stock

The return earned by a firm’s preferred stock holders from the investment in preferred stock is the return on preferred stock. The preference stockholders get dividend as return from investment prior to the common stockholders. It is computed by dividing dividend received on preferred stock by the current intrinsic value.

Explanation

Given,

Dividend per share is $7.

Current intrinsic value is $60.

The formula to calculate the value of preferred stock is,

VP=DPrP

Where,

  • DP is the dividend on preference share.
  • VP is the current intrinsic value of preferred stock.
  • rp is the required rate of return on preferred stock

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