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Chapter 10 Arbitrage Pricing Theory and Multifactor Models of Risk and Return Multiple Choice Questions 1. ___________ a relationship between expected return and risk. A) APT stipulates B) CAPM stipulates C) Both CAPM and APT stipulate D) Neither CAPM nor APT stipulate E) No pricing model has found Answer: C Difficulty: Easy Rationale: Both models attempt to explain asset pricing based on risk/return relationships. 2. Which pricing model provides no guidance concerning the determination of the risk premium on factor portfolios? A) The CAPM B) The multifactor APT C) Both the CAPM and the multifactor APT D) Neither the CAPM nor the multifactor APT E) None of the above is a true statement. Answer: B Difficulty: Moderate Rationale: The multifactor APT provides no guidance as to the determination of the risk premium on the various factors. The CAPM assumes that the excess market return over the risk-free rate is the market premium in the single factor CAPM. 3. An arbitrage opportunity exists if an investor can construct a __________ investment portfolio that will yield a sure profit. 1
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Chapter 10 Arbitrage Pricing Theory and Multifactor Models of Risk and Return 4. The APT was developed in 1976 by ____________. 5. A _________ portfolio is a well-diversified portfolio constructed to have a beta of 1 on one of the factors and a beta of 0 on any other factor. 6. The exploitation of security mispricing in such a way that risk-free economic profits may be earned is called ___________. A) arbitrage B) capital asset pricing C) factoring D) fundamental analysis E) none of the above Answer: A Difficulty: Easy Rationale: Arbitrage is earning of positive profits with a zero (risk-free) investment. 2
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Chapter 10 Arbitrage Pricing Theory and Multifactor Models of Risk and Return 7. In developing the APT, Ross assumed that uncertainty in asset returns was a result of
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