Answer to Question #12831 in Finance for David Arthur
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Expected growth (constant) 10% 5%
Required return 15% 15%
a. Stock A's expected dividend at t = 1 is only half that of Stock B.
b. Stock A has a higher dividend yield than Stock B.
c. Currently the two stocks have the same price, but over time Stock B's price will pass that of A.
d. Since Stock A’s growth rate is twice that of Stock B, Stock A’s future dividends will always be twice as high as Stock B’s.
e. The two stocks should not sell at the same price. If their prices are equal, then a disequilibrium must exist.
& It is a result of higher expected growth. It will lead to higher dividend yield for Sock A
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The correct answer is A