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2)To make it easier we could just increase our discount rate. This is based on the theory that the discount rate is the minimum return I'm willing to accept for the risks tied to this company. For the sake of discussion I'll choose 12% because we want to beat the historical return of the market. So we would simply increase our discount to 17% to account for the dilution.

Hi Jack,

"Great minds ..." I honestly hadn't read this post before offering this reply;

Kinda eerie. Huh?


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