8 June, 20:05

# Miltmar Corporation will pay a year-end dividend of \$4, and dividends thereafter are expected to grow at a constant rate of 4%. The risk-free rate is 4% and the expected return on the market portfolio is 12%. The stock has a beta of. 75. What is the intrinsic value of Miltmar

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1. 8 June, 22:01
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intrinsic value = 66.67

Explanation:

given data

year-end dividend = \$4

constant rate = 4%

risk-free rate = 4%

market portfolio = 12%

beta = 0.75

solution

first we use here capital Asset Pricing Model formula to get market capitalization that is

market capitalization = Risk-free rate of return + Beta * (Market rate of return - Risk-free rate of return) ... 1

put here value and we get

market capitalization = 4% + 0.75 * (12% - 4%)

market capitalization = 0.1

market capitalization = 10%

now we get here intrinsic value that is express as

intrinsic value = Expected dividend : (market capitalization - growth rate) ... 2

intrinsic value = \$4 : (10% - 4%)

intrinsic value = 66.67