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Consider the previous example with the following four securities

Security Weight Beta

DCLK .133 2.685

KO . 2 0 .195

INTC .267 2.161

KEI .4 2.434

Which security has the highest systematic risk?

The lowest risk?

What is the portfolio beta?

Is the systematic risk of the portfolio more or less than the market?

Answer #1

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estimated each security?s beta and what you expect each security to
return next year. The expected return on the market portfolio is
12%, and the relevant risk-free rate is 5%.
Security
Beta
Expected
return (based on your analysis)
A
-0.25
3.25%
B
1.10
12.10%
C
0.75
9.75%
D
2.00
19.50%
Refer to the information above. Based on your analysis, which of
the securities is correctly priced?
A) Security A
B) Security...

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Standard Deviation
Beta
Security C
20%
1.25
Security K
30%
0.95
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Return
Stock
A
Stock B
Boom
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Recession 5% -2%
6%
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Assume that the distribution of coating thickness is normal (a
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0.88
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following equally likely states of nature:
Recession -0.25
Normal +0.11
Boom +0.20
What is the expected return of Mass?
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.04
0.05
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Recession -0.11
Normal +0.05
Boom +0.24
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0.22
0.26
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