You have the following six years of data covering share A and the market portfolio:
Year Share A Market
2011 7% 9%
2012 4% 2%
2013 6% 15%
2014 1% 5%
2015 -3% -4%
2016 4% 15%
i) Calculate the yearly returns of a portfolio created by allocating your money 30% in share A and 70% in the market portfolio.
ii) Calculate the expected return and standard deviation of stock A.
iii) Calculate the expected return and standard deviation (use population N) of a portfolio made up of 30% investment in share A and 70% in the market.
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