ACCURACY OF DIVIDEND DISCOUNT MODEL VALUATION AT MACEDONIAN STOCK- EXCHANGE
Published: 20 Jun 2015
Abstract: Many analysts believed that Dividend Discount Model (DDM) is obsolete, but much of the intuition that drives discounted cash flow (DCF) valuation is embedded in the DDM model. The basic task of these research is to test DDM valuation models accuracy at Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) as emerging market by analyzing two “blue-chip” stocks, one from banking sector and other from industry. The descriptive statistics and regression analysis were used to determine the level of correlation between the stocks’ intrinsic value and stock market prices as well as to determine statistical significance of companies’ dividends policies and dividend levels for future stock market prices forecasting.
Keywords: valuation, securities, free cash flow, dividends, equity, regression
Cite this article: Zoran Ivanovski, Zoran Narasanov, Nadica Ivanovska. ACCURACY OF DIVIDEND DISCOUNT MODEL VALUATION AT MACEDONIAN STOCK- EXCHANGE. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Economy & Business 9, 73-83 (2015). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000817/
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