Under the scenario described in part e is the investor better off?
Health Systems Inc. is considering a 15 percent stock dividend. The capital accounts are as follows: Show more Health Systems Inc. is considering a 15 percent stock dividend. The capital accounts are as follows: Common stock (4000000 shares at $10 par) $ 40000000 Capital in excess of par* 15000000 Retained earnings 45000000 Net worth $100000000 *The increase in capital in excess of par as a result of a stock dividend is equal to the shares created times (Market price Par value). The companys stock is selling for $24 per share. The company had total earnings of $6000000 with 4000000 shares outstanding and earnings per share were $1.50. The firm has a P/E ratio of 16. a. What adjustments would have to be made to the capital accounts for a 15 percent stock dividend? Show the new capital accounts. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Input your answers in dollars not millions (e.g. $1230000).) Common stock $ Capital in excess of par Retained earnings Net worth $ b. What adjustments would be made to EPS and the stock price? (Assume the P/E ratio remains constant.) (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answers to 2 decimal places.) EPS $ Stock price $ c. How many shares would an investor have if he or she originally had 100? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answer to the nearest whole share.) Number of shares d. What is the investors total investment worth before and after the stock dividend if the P/E ratio remains constant? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answers to the nearest whole dollar.) Total Investment Before stock dividend $ After stock dividend $ e. Assume Mr. Heart the president of Health Systems wishes to benefit stockholders by keeping the cash dividend at a previous level of $1.10 in spite of the fact that the stockholders how have 15 percent more shares. Because the cash dividend is not reduced the stock price is assumed to remain at $24. What is an investors total investment worth after the stock dividend if he/she had 100 shares before the stock dividend? Total investment $ f. Under the scenario described in part e is the investor better off? Yes No g. As a final question what is the dividend yield on this stock under the scenario described in part e? (Input your answer as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places.) Dividend yield % Show less