Question

**1.** Using the data in the table to the right,
calculate the return for investing in the stock from January 1 to
December 31. Prices are after the dividend has been paid.

Date Price Dividend

1/2/03 $32.24 -

2/5/03 $30.91 $0.19

5/14/03 $30.98 $0.18

8/13/03 $32.83 $0.17

11/12/03 $39.42 $0.18

1/2/04 $40.14 -

What is the return for the entire period? (round to two decimal places)

**2.** Ten annual returns are listed in the
following table:

−19.6% |
16.8% |
18.2% |
−49.6% |
43.7% |
1.6% |
−16.2% |
46.1% |
44.7% |
−3.5% |

a. What is the arithmetic average return over the 10-year period?

b. What is the geometric average return over the 10-year period?

c. If you invested $100 at the beginning, how much would you have at the end?

Answer #1

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Using the data in the table to the right, calculate the return
for investing in the stock from January 1 to December 31. Prices
are after the dividend has been paid. Date Price Dividend Jan 1 $
34.93 minus Feb 5 $ 31.39 $ 0.17 May 14 $ 30.57 $ 0.21 Aug 13 $
33.98 $ 0.21 Nov 12 $ 39.74 $ 0.19 Dec 31 $ 41.17 minus Return for
the entire period is nothing%. (Round to two decimal...

Using the data in the table to the right, calculate the return
for investing in the stock from January 1 to December 31. Prices
are after the dividend has been paid.
Date
Price
Dividend
Jan 1
$31.79
−
Feb 5
$32.58
$0.21
May 14
$28.99
$0.21
Aug 13
$32.19
$0.22
Nov 12
$37.35
$0.19
Dec 31
$42.82
−
The return for the entire period is ____ %.
(Round to two decimal places.)

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the following stocks:
Stock
Beginning price: P0
Ending price: P1
Dividend payment: D1
A
21.38
16.06
2.6
B
108.74
118.92
5.25
C
4.25
5.58
0.19
Part 1
What was the rate of return for stock A?
Part 2
What was the rate of return for stock B?
Part 3
What was the rate of return for stock C?
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Date
Price
Dividend
1/1/20X2
110
2
1/1/20X3
105
3
1/1/20X4
130
4
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Year
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1999
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2000
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2001
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assetslong dash—F,
G, and
H long dash—over
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Year
Asset F
Asset G
Asset H
2016
16%
17%
14%
2017
17%
16%
15%
2018
18%
15%
16%
2019
19%
14%
17%
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1
100% of asset F
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assetslong dash—?F,?G, and H long dash—over the period?
2016-2019:
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Year
Asset F
Asset G
Asset H
2016
15?%
16?%
???
13?%
???
2017
16?%
15?%
14?%
2018
17?%
14?%
15?%
2019
18?%
13?%
16?%
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alternatives shown in the following? table:
Alternative
Investment
1
?100% of asset F
2
?50% of asset F and?...

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expected return data shown in the first table on three
assetslong dash—?F, ?G, and H—over the period? 2016-2019:
Expected Return
Year
Asset F
Asset G
Asset H
2016
18%
19%
???
16%
???
2017
19?%
18%
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2018
20?%
17%
18?%
2019
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?100% of asset F
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Asset H
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16
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3
19
19
2019
11
9
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Alternative
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100% of asset F
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