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Discuss the similarities and differences between the discounted dividend and corporate valuation models.

Summary Introduction

To discuss: The similarities and differences between the discounted dividend model and corporate valuation model.

Introduction:

Discounted Dividend Model: The model that evaluates a firm based on its dividends payout to the investors is known as the discounted dividend model. It determines the present value of estimated future dividends payments by the company.

Corporate Valuation Models: Corporate valuation model evaluates a firm based on the free cash flow of future periods that the business will generates. It also considers the present value of those future free cash flows.

Explanation
  • The dividends estimation is based on estimated sales, cost and other budgetary data...

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