Question

Design a complete portfoilio with the Risky asset S and risk free asset that yields the expected return of 10%. What is the weight you invest on Asset S?

Asset S: E(r)=15% Standard Deviation=20%

Risk free: E(r)= 6%

A. 44.4

B.37.9

C.50.6

D. 41.09

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