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A stock recently increased in price from $30 to $46. Using
*φ*, what are the primary and secondary support areas for
the stock? **(Do not round intermediate calculations. Round
your answers to 2 decimal places.)**

A group of investors was polled each week for the last five
weeks about whether they were bullish or bearish concerning the
market. Construct the market sentiment index for each week based on
these polls. **(Do not round intermediate calculations. Round
your answers to 4 decimal places.)**

Week | Bulls | Bears | |||||

1 | 64 | 63 | |||||

2 | 54 | 80 | |||||

3 | 53 | 80 | |||||

4 | 56 | 77 | |||||

5 | 44 | 79 |

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A group of investors was polled each week for the last five
weeks about whether they were bullish or bearish concerning the
market. Construct the market sentiment index for each week based on
these polls. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round
your answers to 4 decimal places.)
Week
Bulls
Bears
1
68
63
2
56
100
3
63
90
4
66
97
5
33
62
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A group of investors was polled each week for the last five
weeks about whether they were bullish or bearish concerning the
market. Construct the market sentiment index for each week based on
these polls. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round
your answers to 4 decimal places.)
Week
Bulls
Bears
1
62
63
2
53
76
3
51
78
4
54
75
5
31
60

There are two stocks in the market, Stock A and Stock B . The
price of Stock A today is $85. The price of Stock A next year will
be $74 if the economy is in a recession, $97 if the economy is
normal, and $107 if the economy is expanding. The probabilities of
recession, normal times, and expansion are .30, .50, and .20,
respectively. Stock A pays no dividends and has a correlation of
.80 with the market portfolio....

There are two stocks in the market, stock A and stock B. The
price of stock A today is $80. The price of stock A next year will
be $68 if the economy is in a recession, $88 if the economy is
normal, and $100 if the economy is expanding. The probabilities of
recession, normal times, and expansion are 0.2, 0.6, and 0.2,
respectively. Stock A pays no dividends and has a beta of 0.83.
Stock B has an expected...

The following table contains data on market advances and
declines. Market Advances and Declines Day Advances (in millions)
Declines (in millions)
1. 910 715
2. 661 990
3. 723 793
4. 505 972
5. 501 1,096
6. 971 704
7. 1,006 615
8. 907 724
9. 854 736
10. 770 770
a. If the trading volume in advancing shares on day 1 was 1.5
billion shares, while the volume in declining issues was 1.2
billion shares, what was the trin...

The price of Tara,
Inc., stock will be either $68 or $90 at the end of the year. Call
options are available with one year to expiration. T-bills
currently yield 6 percent.
a.
Suppose the current
price of the company's stock is $79. What is the value of the call
option if the exercise price is $64 per share? (Do not
round intermediate calculations and round your answer to 2 decimal
places, e.g., 32.16.)
Call
value
$
...

The standard deviation of the market-index portfolio is 30%.
Stock A has a beta of 1.50 and a residual standard deviation of
40%.
a-1.
Calculate the total variance of stock A if its beta is increased
by 0.10? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter
your answer as a decimal rounded to 4 decimal places.)
Total variance
.3904
a-2.
Calculate the total variance of stock A if its residual standard
deviation is increased by 3.35% ? (Do not round
intermediate calculations....

Investments in the stock market have increased at an average
compound rate of about 5% since 1903. It is now 2012.
a.
If you invested $1,000 in the stock market in 1903, how much
would that investment be worth today? (Do not round
intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal
places.)
Investment
$
b.
If your investment in 1903 has grown to $1 million, how much did
you invest in 1903? (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Round your answer...

The price of Tara, Inc., stock will be either $66 or $88 at the
end of the year. Call options are available with one year to
expiration. T-bills currently yield 5 percent.
a.
Suppose the current price of the company's stock is $77. What is
the value of the call option if the exercise price is $62 per
share? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round
your answer to 2 decimal places, e.g., 32.16.)
Call value
$
...

You are given the following information concerning a stock and
the market:
Returns
Year
Market
Stock
2011
10
%
25
%
2012
10
10
2013
21
5
2014
−15
−30
2015
37
16
2016
15
17
a. Calculate the average return and standard
deviation for the market and the stock. (Use Excel to
complete the problem. Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter
your answers as a percent rounded to 2 decimal
places.)
Market
Stock
Average Return
Standard Deviation
b. Calculate...

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