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Modern Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis [Edwin J. Elton, Martin J. Gruber, Ninth edition. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and index. The eighth and ninth assumptions deal with the homogeneity of expectations. Help Center; less. pdf. Elton Modern Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis Selected Solutions to Text Problems Brown and Goetzm 42 Pages. PORTFOLIO THEORY. AND INVESTMENT. ANALYSIS. EIGHTH EDITION. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT VERSION. EDWIN J. ELTON. Leonard N. Stern School.

Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Quynie Gauloises. Problem 1 A. Opportunity Set With one dollar, you can buy red hots and no rock candies point A , or rock candies and no red hots point B , or any combination of red hots and rock candies any point along the opportunity set line AB. Solving the above equation for X gives: Indifference Map Below is one indifference map.

This will create a self-financing zero net investment portfolio with zero risk: We need to short sell either portfolio D or E and go long in the other. The question is: This gives us: There is no reason to expect any price effects on portfolios A, B and C, since the arbitrage with portfolio D can be accomplished using other assets on the equilibrium APT plane.

So we have: Assuming all three portfolios in Problem 1 are in equilibrium, then we can use any one of them to find the risk-free rate. For example, using portfolio A gives: Problem 5 If a market is semi-strong-form efficient, the efficient market hypothesis says that prices should reflect all publicly available information. If publicly available information is already fully reflected in market prices, one would strongly suspect the market to be weak-form efficient as well.

The only rational explanation for weak-form inefficiency is if information is incorporated into prices slowly over time, thus causing returns to be positively autocorrelated. The only exception to this might be if the market is strong-form inefficient and monopoly access to information disseminates through widening circles of investors over time.

Problem 7 Recall that the zero-beta CAPM leads to lower expected returns for high-beta above 1 stocks and higher expected returns for low-beta stocks than does the standard CAPM.

If we were testing a phenomenon that tended to occur for low- beta stocks and not for high-beta stocks, then the zero-beta CAPM could show inefficiency while the standard CAPM showed efficiency.

Problem 8 The betting market at roulette is in general an efficient market. Though betting on the roulette wheel has a negative expected return, there is no way that that information can be used to change the expected return. The only exception to this might be if the roulette wheel was not perfectly balanced.

Since the house does not change the odds prices to reflect an unbalanced roulette wheel, an unbalanced wheel would make the betting market at roulette inefficient.

Problem 5 This differential return measure is the same as the one used in Problem 4, except that the riskless rate is replaced with the average return on a zero-beta asset. Related Papers. By Dingwei Tang.

Optimal Decentralized Investment Management. By Michael Brandt. By Nothz Hood-king. Markowitz's model with Euclidean vector spaces.

By Angel Trinidad Cruz. On the Markowitz mean—variance analysis of self-financing portfolios. By Wing-keung Wong. Download pdf. Remember me on this computer.

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Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Need an account? The APT equation for a plane is: There are many ways to solve a set of simultaneous linear equations. One method is shown below. Subtract equation a from equation b: The first step is to use portfolios in equilibrium to create a replicating equilibrium investment portfolio, call it portfolio E, that has the same factor loadings risk as portfolio D.

Since they have the same risk factor loadings , we can create an arbitrage portfolio, combining the two portfolios by going long in one and shorting the other. This will create a self-financing zero net investment portfolio with zero risk: We need to short sell either portfolio D or E and go long in the other.

The question is: This gives us: There is no reason to expect any price effects on portfolios A, B and C, since the arbitrage with portfolio D can be accomplished using other assets on the equilibrium APT plane. So we have: Assuming all three portfolios in Problem 1 are in equilibrium, then we can use any one of them to find the risk-free rate. For example, using portfolio A gives: Problem 5 If a market is semi-strong-form efficient, the efficient market hypothesis says that prices should reflect all publicly available information.

If publicly available information is already fully reflected in market prices, one would strongly suspect the market to be weak-form efficient as well.

The only rational explanation for weak-form inefficiency is if information is incorporated into prices slowly over time, thus causing returns to be positively autocorrelated.

The only exception to this might be if the market is strong-form inefficient and monopoly access to information disseminates through widening circles of investors over time. Problem 7 Recall that the zero-beta CAPM leads to lower expected returns for high-beta above 1 stocks and higher expected returns for low-beta stocks than does the standard CAPM. If we were testing a phenomenon that tended to occur for low- beta stocks and not for high-beta stocks, then the zero-beta CAPM could show inefficiency while the standard CAPM showed efficiency.

Problem 8 The betting market at roulette is in general an efficient market. Though betting on the roulette wheel has a negative expected return, there is no way that that information can be used to change the expected return.

The only exception to this might be if the roulette wheel was not perfectly balanced. Since the house does not change the odds prices to reflect an unbalanced roulette wheel, an unbalanced wheel would make the betting market at roulette inefficient.

Problem 5 This differential return measure is the same as the one used in Problem 4, except that the riskless rate is replaced with the average return on a zero-beta asset. Related Papers. By Dingwei Tang. Optimal Decentralized Investment Management.

By Michael Brandt. By Nothz Hood-king. Markowitz's model with Euclidean vector spaces. By Angel Trinidad Cruz. Pair A Elton. But if short sales are not allowed. Pair B The entire line is the efficient set. Chapter 5 The efficient set is the positively sloped line segment.

Pair C Elton. Chapter 5 Only the GMV portfolio is efficient.

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Pair D The efficient set is the positively sloped line segment. Pair E Elton. Chapter 5 The efficient set is the positively sloped part of the curve. Short Selling Allowed Note that the answers to part B. Pair F The efficient set is the positively sloped part of the curve. Pair A The efficient set is the positively sloped line segment through security 1 and out toward infinity.

In the no-short-sales case in Part A. Pair B Elton. Chapter 5 When short selling is allowed. This yields the following for Pair B when short sales are allowed: Pair D Elton.

Chapter 5 The entire line out toward infinity is the efficient set. Pair F Elton. Chapter 5 The efficient set is the positively sloped line segment through security 3 and out toward infinity.

Pair E The efficient set is the positively sloped part of the curve. This would be pure arbitrage zero risk. Pair C assets 1 and 4: We have seen that. Pair A assets 1 and 2: Chapter 5: Problem 2 From Problem 2 of Chapter 4.

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Pair F assets 3 and 4: We arrived at the following answer graphically. The tangent optimal portfolio has an expected return of Chapter 5 Pair D assets 2 and 3: Pair E assets 2 and 4: The tangent portfolio has an expected return of 9.

Applying the above GMV weight formula to Pair 1 yields the following weights: Pair 2 Elton.

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