In this analysis, we quantify the percentage of Lexmark’s (NYSE:LXK) stock that can be attributed to growth.
We know, that a stock’s valuation can be highly influenced by future expectations of earnings growth. However, in theory, if a company sees no growth opportunities it should distribute all its earnings as dividends to its shareholders. Assuming that a company pays all earnings as dividends for the rest of the period, we can calculate Present Value of Growth Opportunity (PVGO) of a stock from the formula given below:
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- Lexmark Pre Earnings: Printer Revenue To Decline, Software Revenue To Report Growth
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- Lexmark Earnings Preview: Decline In Revenue To Continue
- Lexmark Earnings: Revenue Declines More Than Expected
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