Financial Problem Discussion Questions

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Homework 4

Due: Feb 23rd at11:59pm. Please upload your answers to Ted.

10 points


Go to Yahoo Finance, and search for Johnson and Jonhson (JNJ). Click on the historical Data tab, and pull the last 5 years of dividend (not stock price) data.


What is the average the growth rate of the ANNUAL dividend from the previous 4 years?


If you use the dividend growth model, what should the price of the stock be if investors require an 18% return (using part a as your growth rate)? Or 15% return?  Or 12% return?


What is the required rate that yields a price closest to the current trading price? (Please write the down the current price that JNJ is trading at when you solve this problem).


If you use the most recent annual growth rate (not the average calculated in part a), what is the required rate that yields a price closest to the current trading price?


If JNJ decides to not increase their dividend anymore, and keep it at $5 a year indefinitely, what is the price of the stock if investors require an 18% return?


Go to Yahoo Finance, and search for Microsoft (MSFT). Click on historical data tab, and pull the last 5 years of monthly stock return data.


What was the average (arithmetic) return for the past 5 years?


What is the geometric return for the past 5 years?


What is the variance and standard deviation of the monthly returns?


What is the expected range of monthly returns we can expect to receive 68% of the time?


What is the expected range of monthly returns we can expect to receive 95% of the time?


What is the expected range of monthly returns we can expect to receive 99% of the time?

Homework 4 Due: Feb 23rd at11:59pm. Please upload your answers to Ted. 10 points 1. Go to Yahoo Finance, and search for Johnson and Jonhson (JNJ). Click on the historical Data tab, and pull the last 5 years of dividend (not stock price) data. a. What is the average the growth rate of the ANNUAL dividend from the previous 4 years? b. If you use the dividend growth model, what should the price of the stock be if investors require an 18% return (using part a as your growth rate)? Or 15% return? Or 12% return? c. What is the required rate that yields a price closest to the current trading price? (Please write the down the current price that JNJ is trading at when you solve this problem). d. If you use the most recent annual growth rate (not the average calculated in part a), what is the required rate that yields a price closest to the current trading price? e. If JNJ decides to not increase their dividend anymore, and keep it at $5 a year indefinitely, what is the price of the stock if investors require an 18% return? 2. Go to Yahoo Finance, and search for Microsoft (MSFT). Click on historical data tab, and pull the last 5 years of monthly stock return data. a. What was the average (arithmetic) return for the past 5 years? b. What is the geometric return for the past 5 years? c. What is the variance and standard deviation of the monthly returns? d. What is the expected range of monthly returns we can expect to receive 68% of the time? e. What is the expected range of monthly returns we can expect to receive 95% of the time? f. What is the expected range of monthly returns we can expect to receive 99% of the time?

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