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A stock's returns have the following distribution: Demand for the Company's Products Probability of This Demand Occurring Rate of Return If This Demand Occurs Weak 0.2 (32%) Below average 0.1 (9) Average 0.3 10 Above average 0.1 27 Strong 0.3 45 1.0 Calculate the stock's expected return. Round your answer to two decimal places. % Calculate the stock's standard deviation. Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to two decimal places. % Calculate the stock's coefficient of variation. Round your answer to two decimal places.

Answer #1

1. expected return=Respective return*Respective probability

=(0.2*-32)+(0.1*-9)+(0.3*10)+(0.1*27)+(0.3*45)=**11.9%**

**2.**

probability | Return | probability*(Return-Expected Return)^2 |

0.2 | -32 | 0.2*(-32-11.9)^2=385.442 |

0.1 | -9 | 0.1*(-9-11.9)^2=43.681 |

0.3 | 10 | 0.3*(10-11.9)^2=1.083 |

0.1 | 27 | 0.1*(27-11.9)^2=22.801 |

0.3 | 45 | 0.3*(45-11.9)^2=328.683 |

Total=781.69% |

**Standard deviation=[**Total of
probability*(Return-Expected Return)^2/Total probability]^(1/2)

=**27.96%(Approx)**

**Coefficient of variation=**Standard
deviation/Expected Return

=(27.96/11.9)=**2.35(Approx).**

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