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Unformatted text preview: from including these securities is greater than the risk penalty. Thus diversification is the holding of a broad variety of assets to minimize risk and enhance return. Efficient Frontier: For a given expected return we can find a portfolio composition to give us the smallest risk. If we plot this we will get a crescent shaped curve. Example (Ch. 11, 24): You have a million dollars and will invest it in the following assets. How much must you invest to assemble a portfolio with a risk comparable to the market. How much must you invest in each asset. Asset Investment Beta A $180,000 0.75 B $290,000 1.3 C 1.45 Risk Free Asset Example (Ch 11, 30): Fill in the table and state whether the 3 securities are over or underpriced. Security Exp. Return Std. Dev. Corr Beta A 0.1 0.27 Z 0.85 B 0.14 X 0.5 1.5 C 0.17 0.7 0.35 A Market Portfolio 0.12 0.2 Q B Risk Free Asset 0.05 Y R C Y,R,C SA 0.1095 Q,B 1 SB 0.155 A 1.225 SC 0.1358 X 0.6 Z 0.63...
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 Fall '11
 MelihaBuluTaciroglu
 Standard Deviation, Variance, TA, Ravichandran Ramakrishnan, strong diversification effect

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