Stocks Valuation and Stock Market Equilibrium Multiple Choice Questions 1 PDF Download

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MCQ on Stocks Valuation and Stock Market Equilibrium Quiz PDF Download Test 1

MCQ. The shares or stocks which are protected against withdrawals of funds by an original stock owners are classified as

  1. protected shares
  2. founders shares
  3. withdrawal shares
  4. original shares

B

MCQ. The method of stock valuation which is the multiple of earning per share, book value and net income is classified as

  1. stock multiple analysis
  2. dividend multiple analysis
  3. market multiple analysis
  4. stock and multiple analysis

C

MCQ. The preferred dividend is $50 and the required rate of return is 2.5% then the value of preferred stock would be

  1. 20%
  2. $125
  3. $2,000
  4. $52.50

C

MCQ. In expected rate of return for constant growth, the stock price must grow according to an expected rate and

  1. at same price
  2. at different price
  3. at yielded price
  4. at buying price

A

MCQ. The dividend present value for period of non-constant growth in addition with horizon value is used to calculate

  1. stock extrinsic value
  2. stock intrinsic value
  3. dividend intrinsic value
  4. stock intrinsic value

B