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SuperiorCo earns a return on invested capital of 20 percent on its existing stores. Given intense competition for new stores sites, you believe new stores will only earn their cost of capital. Consequently, you set return on new capital (8 percent) equal to the cost of capital (8 percent) in the continuing value formula. A colleague argues that this is too conservative, as SuperiorCo will create value well beyond the forecast period. What is the flaw in your colleague's argument?


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