- dividend-growth model
- A method for calculating the cost of capital for a company, using the dividends paid and likely to be paid by the company.

*Accounting dictionary.
2014.*

- dividend-growth model
- A method for calculating the cost of capital for a company, using the dividends paid and likely to be paid by the company.

*Accounting dictionary.
2014.*

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