Question

Use the following information to calculate the expected return
and standard deviation of a portfolio that is 50 percent invested
in 3 Doors, Inc., and 50 percent invested in Down Co.: **(Do
not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers as a
percent rounded to 2 decimal places.)**

3 Doors, Inc. | Down Co. | |||||

Expected return, E(R) |
19 | % | 14 | % | ||

Standard deviation, σ | 49 | 51 | ||||

Correlation | .34 | |||||

Answer #1

Use the following information to calculate the expected return
and standard deviation of a portfolio that is 50 percent invested
in 3 Doors, Inc., and 50 percent invested in Down Co.: (Do
not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers as a
percent rounded to 2 decimal places. Omit the "%" sign in your
response.)
3 Doors, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return,
E(R)
14
%
12
%
Standard deviation, σ
44
46
Correlation
.29
Expected return
%
Standard deviation...

Use the following information to calculate the expected return
and standard deviation of a portfolio that is 60 percent invested
in 3 Doors, Inc., and 40 percent invested in Down Co.: (Do
not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers as a
percent rounded to 2 decimal places.)
3
Doors, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return, E(R)
11
%
10
%
Standard deviation, σ
31
33
Correlation
.16

The expected return and standard deviation of a portfolio that
is 50 percent invested in 3 Doors, Inc., and 50 percent invested in
Down Co. are the following:
3 Doors, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return, E(R)
19
%
14
%
Standard deviation, σ
62
24
What is the standard deviation if the correlation is +1? 0? −1?
(Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answer
as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places. )

he expected return and standard deviation of a portfolio that is
30 percent invested in 3 Doors, Inc., and 70 percent invested in
Down Co. are the following: 3 Doors, Inc. Down Co. Expected return,
E(R) 18 % 14 % Standard deviation, σ 61 26 What is the standard
deviation if the correlation is +1? 0? −1? (Do not round
intermediate calculations. Enter your answer as a percent rounded
to 2 decimal places. )

Use the following information to calculate the percentage
standard deviation of a portfolio that is 42.8 percent invested in
3 Doors, Inc., and the rest invested in Down Co.:
3 Dorrs, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return
21%
13%
Standard deviation
50
35
Correlation
0.43

Refer to the table below:
3
Doors, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return, E(R)
15
%
10
%
Standard deviation, σ
30
18
Correlation
0.39
Using the information provided on the two stocks in the table
above, find the expected return and standard deviation on the
minimum variance portfolio. (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Enter your answers as a percent rounded to 2 decimal
places.)
Expected Return
Standard Deviation

Refer to the table below: 3 Doors, Inc. Down Co. Expected
return, E(R) 12 % 13 % Standard deviation, σ 30 15 Correlation .36
Using the information provided on the two stocks in the table
above, find the expected return and standard deviation on the
minimum variance portfolio. (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Enter your answers as a percent rounded to 2 decimal
places.)

Refer to the table below:
3 Doors, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return, E(R)
10
%
11
%
Standard deviation, σ
25
22
Correlation
0.20
Using the information provided on the two stocks in the table
above, find the expected return and standard deviation on the
minimum variance portfolio. (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Enter your answers as a percent rounded to 2 decimal
places.)

Problem 11-14 Minimum Variance Portfolio (LO4, CFA4)
Refer to the table below:
3 Doors, Inc.
Down Co.
Expected return, E(R)
11
%
12
%
Standard deviation, σ
26
23
Correlation
0.21
Using the information provided on the two stocks in the table
above, find the expected return and standard deviation on the
minimum variance portfolio. (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Enter your answers as a percent rounded to 2 decimal
places.)

Given the following information, calculate the expected return
and standard deviation for a portfolio that has 49 percent invested
in Stock A, 30 percent in Stock B, and the balance in Stock C.
(Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers
as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places.)
Returns
State of
Economy
Probability of
State of Economy
Stock A
Stock B
Stock C
Boom
.70
16
%
23
%
26
%
Bust
.30
8
0
−8

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