DDM

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DDM

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DDM

(Distributed Data Management) Software in an IBM SNA environment that allows users to access data in remote files within the network. DDM works with IBM's LU 6.2 session to provide peer-to-peer communications and file sharing. See also distributed database.
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Fama and French (2002) favor the use of dividend and expected growth fundamentals in the estimation of expected returns, as opposed to the use of average historical returns as a proxy for expected returns, adding that the standard deviation of expected market risk premiums obtained with the Discounted Dividend Model is less than half the standard deviation resulting from the use of historical returns.
Annual dividends, in US dollars, as well as return on equity and payout ratios for all stocks included in the IBrX100 index, for the 2004-2014 period, as required by the calculation of expected returns according to the Constant Growth Discounted Dividend Model.
Studies in the accounting literature begin with the assumption of the discounted dividend model, imposing constant discount rates.