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# Answer the following questions Lamis owns 100 shares of Stock S which has a price of...

Lamis owns 100 shares of Stock S which has a price of \$12 per share and 200 shares of Stock G which has a price of \$3 per share. What is the proportion of Lamis's portfolio invested in stock S

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Sami has a portfolio of three assets. Find the expected rate of return for the portfolio assuming he invests 50 percent of its money in asset A with 10 percent rate of return, 30 percent in asset B with a rate of return of 20 percent, and the rest in asset C with 30 percent rate of return.

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Abdul-Rahim Taysir

Dear student, only one question is allowed at a time. I am answering the first question

1)

Value of an investment in the portfolio

= Number of shares x Market price per share

So, Value of Investment in Stock S

= 100 x \$12

= \$1,200

Similarly, Value of Investment in Stock G

= 200 x \$3

= \$600

So, Total value of the portfolio

= Value of stock S + Value of stock G

= \$1,200 + \$600

= \$1,800

So, proportion of Investment in stock S

= Value of stock S / Value of the portfolio

= \$1,200 / \$1,800

= 0.6667 or 66.67%

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