Question

There are 2 investment -- a risk-free security that returns 2% and a risky asset that has expected return of 10% and standard deviation of 18%.

1). What are the weights of the complete portfolio that has an 8% expected return?

2). What is the standard deviation of that portfolio?

3). If the portfolio is valued at $100,000, how much do you invest in the risk-free security and how much do you invest in the risky asset?

Answer #1

security
beta
Standard deviation
Expected return
S&P 500
1.0
20%
10%
Risk free security
0
0
4%
Stock d
( )
30%
13%
Stock e
0.8
15%
( )
Stock f
1.2
25%
( )
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expected rate of return on her overall or complete portfolio equal
to 7%. What proportion should she invest in the risky portfolio,
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0
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The portfolio is composed of a risky asset with an expected rate of
return of 15%...

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portfolio?

An investor can choose to allocate her investment into a risky
portfolio and the risk-free rate. The risky portfolio has an
expected return of 18.3 percent and a standard deviation of 21.0
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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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