Valuation model which seeks to estimate the current value of all future dividend payments.

a model of asset pricing, based on discounting the future expected dividends. Primarily applicable to the valuation of common stocks

The market value of a company's equity equals the present value of expected future dividend payments. The DDM assumes that either dividend payments are fixed or grow at a constant rate so that the company's equity can be treated as a perpetuity.

An asset pricing model in which the price of a stock is based on the discounted value of estimated value of estimated future dividends. The model can be used to identify undervalued stocks.

A model for determining the price of a security based on the discounted value of its projected future dividend payments. These models are very sensitive to interest rates.

A valuation model for common stock that assumes that the present value of a stock is equal to the discounted value of its future stream of dividends.

Mathematical model used to identify undervalued stocks. It determines the price that a stock should be selling at based on the discounted value of projected future dividend payments. See: Dividend

A mode of ascertaining the cost value of a security based on the discounted value of its expected future dividend payments.