Didn't pull it from anywhere. When I calculate future returns (the only ones I care about), I don't count on one time special dividends or any one future pps. I enter numerous calculations for ERR/IRR based on various scenarios long before they are likely to occur. If and when the Fed decides on future quantitative easing, one of the IRR scenarios will be a close match for rates and spreads. From slide rule to TI calculator to spreadsheet to online application, the theory stays the same but the amount of time required has been greatly reduced.
Do I have scenarios already printed and filed that show a pps of $14 and dividend of 7% - yes I do. It only cost some printer ink and one piece of paper. I also have IRR sheets with pps and yield on the more optimistic end if the spectrum.