DGM

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DGMDiscipline Global Mobile (record company)
DGMDeutsche Gesellschaft für Muskelkranke
DGMDeputy General Manager
DGMDon't Get Mad
DGMDirection Générale de Migration (French: General Directorate of Migration; Congo)
DGMDiagnostic Medical Systems (France)
DGMDigital Geospatial Metadata
DGMDatagram
DGMD.Gray-Man (anime)
DGMDividend Growth Model (finance)
DGMDigimon
DGMDevlet Güvenlik Mahkemesi
DGMDeputy Grand Master
DGMDépartement de Génie Mécanique (French: Department of Mechanical Engineering)
DGMDéménagement Garde Meuble (French moving company)
DGMDirección General de Migración (Guatemala)
DGMDesign Guidelines Manual (various locations)
DGMDepartment of Geology and Mines
DGMDirection Générale de la Mondialisation, du Développement et des Partenariats (French: General Directorate of Globalization, Development and Partnerships)
DGMDigital Geophysical Mapping
DGMDamn Good Man
DGMDivision for Global Mission (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
DGMDirectoraat Generaal Milieubeheer (Dutch ministry for environment administration)
DGMDigital Group Multiplexer
DGMDolphin Gray Metallic (Audi paint color)
DGMDark Gray Metallic (Subaru paint color)
DGMDynamic Grid Matching
DGMDisqualification Under Rule 69.1 (B) (2); (Racing Rules of Sailing)
DGMDivision of General Medicine
DGMDwit Gol Mok (Korean restaurant; Los Angeles, CA)
DGMDefense Guidance Memorandum
DGMDaimler Motoren Gesellschaft
DGMDetailed Geometric Model
DGMDivision of Geriatric Medicine
DGMDelhi Gate Multan (Pakistan)
DGMData Gathering Monitor
References in periodicals archive ?
Ashton, D.J., 1995, "The Cost of Equity Capital and a Generalisation of the Dividend Growth Model," Accounting and Business Research, 26 (1), 3-17.
This expectational approach employs the dividend growth model (hereafter referred to as the discounted cash flow or DCF model) in which a consensus measure of financial analysts' forecasts (FAF) of earnings is used as a proxy for investor expectations.
Valuation of the firm can be done through several theoretical models such as the Gordon Dividend Growth Model, the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), and the Arbitrage Pricing Theory model (APT).
PE ratio is a common measure used to indicate market assessment of a company's performance and can be stated as PE = stock price ([P.sub.0])/earnings per share ([EPS.sub.1)), where [P.sub.0] may be represented by a constant dividend growth model, [P.sub.0] = [D.sub.1]/(r - g), and where [D.sub.1] measures the expected dividend next year, r is the investor's required rate of return, and g is the expected growth rate in dividends.