Which of the following statements is/are true regarding the sources of stock returns? Select ALL that apply.
The fundamental return on a share of stock is the total of earnings growth and dividend yield.
Stockholders purchasing growth stocks will see the majority of their stock returns in capital gains, not dividends.
Stockholders purchasing mature stocks may see stock returns as a combination of capital gains and dividends, but the capital gains are likely comparatively smaller than capital gains from growth stocks.
Growth in stock prices also provides immediate capital gains disbursed in cash.