So I being working on a case study I'm planning to present to an Alumni and after doing a dcf I with the perpetuity method using a 2 % growth rate in line with inflation and a 8.2 % wacc I get a share price of $389.28 and by doing a ebitda multiple of 12x which is in line with the industry according to theI get a share price of $160.17. Which is still high but looks more reasonable that the first choice. so is there a possible for such things to happen or did I made a mathematical mistake in my projections most of the drivers for the model had been pull from reports.
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