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Are some stocks less sensitive to market/systematic factors (recession, depression, war, etc.) than others? Provide some examples. Is there a measure...

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Are some stocks less sensitive to market/systematic factors (recession, depression, war, etc.) than others? Provide some examples.
Is there a measure that may allow us to evaluate this? How would we use it?
The factors that are used to determine the market interest rate on the bond are:
1. The Risk Free Rate
2. The Default-risk Premium
3. The liquidity Premium
4. The market Risk premium

What are these items, and how do they interact to arrive at the quoted interest rate.

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Broadly speaking risks associated with the financial instruments can be categorized under two
heads;
1. Systematic Risk
2. Unsystematic Risk
Systematic risk which is also known as Un-diversifiable...

This question was asked on Jan 24, 2013 and answered on Jan 25, 2013.

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