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PSY/340 Every DQ, Learning Team and Individual Assignment

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PSY/301 Week 3 Assignment

My Changing World and Self-Efficacy

Our Week One Written Assignment will discuss how you perceive your interaction in the social world. Examine one of the social worlds in which you interact, for example: family life, work, school, etc. Explain how any significant event(s) or experience(s) created change for you in this social world. Explain how this has changed or supported your own self-efficacy.

This paper must be submitted in APA format. Include the following in your submission:

A cover page that includes:

Name of paper

Student’s name

Course name and number

Instructor’s name

Date submitted

A minimum of two-to-three pages and one reference

Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement.

Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.

Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph.

Must use APA style as outlined in your approved style guide to document all sources.

Due to the nature of the paper, you may use first person writing.

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Using the DDM (no growth), Constant Perpetual Dividend Growth Model, Two Stage Discount Model, the Residual Income Model, the P/E ratio, the P/CF ratio, P/B ratio , PEG ratio, and the P/S ratio, perform valuations for predictions of the firm’s stock price. (9 different methods, so you should have nine different value estimates)

a. For the DDM, Constant Dividend Growth Model, and Two Stage Model, find current dividends per share, D(0), from the income statement or cash flow statement. Estimate the dividend growth rate, g, from past growth rates, using sustainable g formula, or find it on the ratios/statements pages (historical). Estimate the discount rate, k, using the CAPM. *Produce an estimate of value from each

Residual Income Model: Find or estimate the earnings. Find book value per share on the balance sheet. Use the discount rate, k, from part a. (Recall: Residual income model what the company earns over and above what we ‘require’ of them). *Produce an estimate of value.

P/E ratio: Find or estimate the EPS growth rate. (You can use the same EPS growth rate from part b.) Predict next year’s EPS. Then predict next year’s stock price using the average P/E ratio. (Use the average P/E of the last 5 years.) Compare P/E ratio to a similar company in the same industry.

P/CF ratio: Find or estimate the CFPS growth rate. Predict next year’s CFPS. (You can use Cash From Operations on the Cash Flow Statement to approximate operating cash flow, or Free Cash Flow, or EBITDA.) Then predict next year’s stock price using the average P/CF ratio. (Use the average P/CF of the last 5 years.) Compare P/CF ratio to a similar company in the same industry.

P/B ratio: Fine the firms Book Value and calculate the ratio. Compare the ratio to industry normal levels. Discuss if using the P/B ratio is appropriate for this industry. Predict an estimate of value based on the firms average P/B over the last 5 years.

P/S ratio: Find or estimate the SPS growth rate. Predict next year’s SPS. Then predict next year’s stock price using the average P/S ratio. (Use the average P/S of the last 5 years.) Compare P/S ratio to a similar company in the same industry.

PEG ratio: Calculate the earnings growth rate over the last five years and the firm’s forward PEG ratio. Calculate firm value based on a median PEG of 1.

Now for the fun part. You now have as many as nine different estimates for the stock value based on part 3. Compare your estimates of stock value to the current actual stock price (on Yahoo Finance or other). Make a prediction about whether the stock is underpriced or overpriced (i.e. whether you should buy it or short it).

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The director of capital budgeting for Big Sky health Systems, Inc, has estimated the following cash flows in thousands of dollars for a proposed new service:

Year Expected Net Cash Flow

0 ($100)

1 70

2 50

3 20

The project’s cost of capital is 10 percent.

What is the project’s payback period?

What is the project NPV?

What is the project’s IRR AND MIRR

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Assume that you are the chief financial officer at Porter Memorial Hospital. The CEO has asked you to analyze two proposed capital investments-Project X and Project Y. Each project requires a net investment outlay of $10,000 and the cost of capital for each project is 12 percent. The projects’ expected net cash flows are as follows:

Year Project X Project Y

0 ($10,000) ($10,000)

1 6,500 3,000

2 3,000 3,000

3 3,000 3,000

4 1,000 3,000

Calculate each project’s payback period, net present value (NPV), and internal rate of return (IRR).

Which project (or projects) is financially acceptable? Explain your answer

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