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I Love Dividends But the Dividend Discount Model is DEAD!

publication date: Dec 24, 2017
author/source: Valuentum Analysts

President of Investment Research Brian Nelson gives a plethora of reasons why the dividend discount model is dead and expresses his worries about how it continues to be used academically and professionally. Also included is a discussion about why the weighted average cost of capital, or the WACC, is used in the enterprise free cash flow valuation process, or the free cash flow to the firm process. Running time: ~13 minutes.

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