If you don't get the requirements right, it doesn't matter how well you do anything else. (Karl Wiegers)

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Assuming a market size of **10000 millions $ **if the market grows by **20% **and the company's market share grows by **15% **( starting from a current market share of **8% **), with a gross margin of **30% **, a net income being **10% ** of the gross profit, a payout ratio of **25% **and a total of **100 millions** shares, the expected dividend per share equals **0.08 $**. Therefore, if your fair target dividend yield is **6 % **you should buy the stock at **1.38 $**.## Fair price

1.38 $

If you invest now **10000 $** with an average annual dividend yield of **3% **in a stock paid **10 $** and sold at **12** $ kept** 5 years** considering taxes on dividends of **26 % **and a capital gain taxes of **26% **, the average annual net return on investment is** 5.18 % ** ( corresponding to a compound annual growth rate of **4.71 %**), which increases your capital by **2590 $** to **12590 $**.## CAGR

## Gain

## Maturity Value

4.71%

2590 $

12590 $

If you've *already* invested with an expected long-term average annual return of **5% **taxed **26 % **in an asset paid **10 $ **and you want to *re-invest* your capital with a target return of **3% **taxed **26 % **, considering capital gain taxes of **26% **you should sell your current asset at a **price greater than 19.01 $** (being all other conditions the same).## Sell Price

> 19.01 $

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If you invest now **10000 $** with a coupon rate of **3% **in a bond paid at a face value of **100** and sold at **103** on** 25 August 2027** considering income taxes of **26% **and a capital gain taxes of **26% **, the net final gain would beif you didn't miss any of the full annual payments,if you missed a quarter (25%) of the full annual payments,if you missed half (50%) of the full annual payments,if you missed 75% of the full annual payments.

887 $(~2.87% CAGR)

832 $ (~ 2.7% CAGR)

776 $ (~ 2.52% CAGR)

721 $ (~ 2.34% CAGR)