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DDMDrôles de Mecs (French: Funny Guys)
DDMDividend Discount Model
DDMDungeons & Dragons Miniatures (game)
DDMDungeon Dice Monsters (Yu-Gi-Oh! board game)
DDMData Driven Marketing
DDMDate de Durabilité Minimale (French: Date of Minimum Durability; product safety)
DDMDistributed Data Management
DDMDistributed Decision Making
DDMDriver Descriptor Map
DDMDisplay Driver Model
DDMDemand Dial Manager
DDMDriver Door Module
DDMDiffraction Data Module
DDMDynamic Disk Management
DDMDuplex Data Manager
DDMDynamic Digital Motion
DDMDual Digital Multiplexer
DDMData Demand Module
DDMData Display Manager
DDMDesktop Document Manager
DDMDomino Domain Monitoring
DDMDéchets Dangereux des Ménages (French: Household Hazardous Waste)
DDMDiscovery and Dependency Mapping (Hewlett-Packard)
DDMDirection du Développement des Médias (French: Directorate of Media Development)
DDMDiploma in Digital Media (various locations)
DDMDrop Down Menu
DDMDysharmonie Dento-Maxillaire (French: Dento-Maxillary Disharmony; orthodontics)
DDMDelay Doppler Map (radar data)
DDMDivision of Dockets Management
DDMDirect Debit Mandate (payment method)
DDMData Distribution Management
DDMDoctor of Dental Medicine
DDMDomain Decomposition Method
DDMDigital Data Modem (US DoD)
DDMDomino Document Manager (software)
DDMDecoupled Direct Method
DDMDifference in Depth of Modulation
DDMDynamic Decision Making
DDMDesign Data Management
DDMDoD (Department of Defense) Data Model (US DoD)
DDMDifferential Destination Multicast
DDMDemand-Driven Manufacturing
DDMData Display Module
DDMDelannoy Dewailly Maintenance (France)
DDMDefect Decay Model
DDMDesignated Defensive Marksman
DDMDigital Diagnostics Monitoring
DDMDramatic Difference Ministries
DDMDriver's Door Module (automotive)
DDMDerrick Drilling Machine (Top Drive Systems)
DDMDevice Driver Module
DDMDealer Development Manager
DDMDeadlock Detection Mechanism
DDMData Display Monitoring (NASA)
DDMDiscrete Data Management (NASA)
DDMDiscount Dividend Model
DDMDon't Damn Me (Guns N' Roses song)
DDMDigimon Digital Monsters
DDMDepot Duty Manager (London Underground)
DDMDeath Dealer Mercenaries (gaming clan)
DDMDynamic Discount Management
DDMDipole - Dipole Moment (physics)
DDMDispatch Deviation Manual
DDMDistrict Development Meeting
DDMDigital Dissemination Management (VIVACODE)
DDMData Determination Module
DDMDeployment Drive Mechanism
DDMDense Dielectric Material
DDMDrive Discharge Model
DDMDistinct Different Marks
DDMData Directory Manager
DDMDeal Deployment Manager
DDMDiploma in Destination Management (degree program)
DDMDouble Density Memory
DDMDual Digital Multiplexer (telecommunications)
DDMDiscrete Diffraction Manifold
DDMDispersion-Driven Multiplexing
DDMDesign Diversity Metric
DDMDesign Decision Memorandum
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Practically, incorporation of all previously mentioned aspects means an adjustment of the dividend discount model for six different cases (see Table 1 below).
Dividend Discount Model is a method under Discounted Cash Flow method of equity evaluation.
This is the formula for a constant growth dividend discount model (also known as the Gordon Growth Model), where [D.sub.1] is next year's expected dividend, r is the investor's required rate of return, and g is the rate at which dividends are expected to grow.
Kamstra (2001) extends dividend discount models like the Gordon growth model to firms that do not pay out dividends and incorporates nondividend information like earnings or sales figures into fundamental valuation of firms that do pay out dividends.
The dividend discount model values a stock price as the present value of the stock's future dividend stream, discounted by the current interest rate.
Eade says his valuation gives him a price target of $140 on comparative multiple analysis and $160 based on his dividend discount model.
To remain on the conservative side, we value the prefs via a Dividend Discount Model (DDM) based on the assumption of a 10% payout ratio under RAS.
The stock ranks in the second quintile of our Dividend Discount Model on both a global and regional basis.
Variations on the Dividend Discount Model. Since projections of dollar dividends cannot be made in perpetuity and publicly traded firms, at least in theory, can last forever, several versions of the dividend discount model have been developed based upon different assumptions about future growth.
Entities can well apply Herz et al.'s [2001] suggested valuation models: the dividend discount model (DDM), discounted cash flow model (DCF), and residual income model (RIM).
According to the dividend discount model (DDM), the intrinsic value of a stock ([P.sub.0]) equals the present value of all future dividends discounted at the stockholder's required rate of return (k) and growing at a constant rate (g).