FIN 135 Exam 2 Outline

# FIN 135 Exam 2 Outline - FIN 135 Exam 2 Review Sheet Exam...

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FIN 135 Exam 2 Review Sheet Exam covers Chapters 11, 12, and 13 Exam #2 date: Thursday, April 10 in class Formulas will be provided. A sample formula sheet is posted online. You must bring : General Purpose NCS® Answer Sheet form no. 4521. (It’s 8.5 x 11 and white with blue writing) Be able to do all of your homework problems unless otherwise stated below. Chapter 11: Diversification & Asset Allocation - Definitions: expected return, portfolio, portfolio weights, Principle of Diversification, diversifiable risk/company-specific risk, non-diversifiable risk/market risk, correlation, investment opportunity set, minimum variance portfolio, efficient portfolios, Markowitz Efficient Frontier - Know how to calculate expected returns using probabilities of the states of the economy (see homework and example). - Know how to calculate expected portfolio returns using portfolio weights (see homework and example). - Know how to calculate portfolio variance and standard deviation using either the weighted-average formula or

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