High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Gordon growth model
is a variant of the discounted cash flow model, a method for
valuing a stock or business. Often used to provide
difficult-to-resolve valuation issues for litigation, tax planning,
and business transactions that are currently off market. It is
named after Myron J. Gordon, who originally published it in 1959.
It assumes that the company issues a dividend that has a current
value of D that grows at a constant rate g. It also assumes that
the required rate of return for the stock remains constant at k
which is equal to the cost of equity for that company.
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