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Beta is often referred to/incorporated into analysis, but using beta could be faulty. Why? Answer: Beta is one of the most important aspect which helps in analyzing the elasticity of a stock or an asset. It helps in measuring the sensitivity of the asset as well as the systematic and non diversiable risk. Beta for an investment is calculated with the
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Unformatted text preview: help of regression analysis. There are other ways as well which help in calculating the beta of a particular asset or a stock. Calculation of beta undergoes through a long process and can be faulty in analyzing the risk of the project because of the method of its calculation....
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