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A common source of error in estimating dividend growth rates is 

  1. Mathematical errors committed by stock analysts.
  2. The erratic earnings records of many firms.
  3. The fact that growth rate predictions must be based on historical information.
  4. Analysts' lack of training in modern forecasting techniques.
  5. The fact that the Gordon growth model cannot be applied to 'real world' situations.

 

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