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In this Phase, you will be learning about the concepts of risk and return and how to employ this concept when evaluating investment opportunities and assessing risk. The concept of risk and return is the second of three of the critical principles associated with financial management.
In your initial post, identify and recommend at least 1 credible Web site that an investor can visit to find the current beta of mutual funds being traded, and address at least 3 of the following:
- Explain the concepts and the relationship between risk and return. Be sure to define each as they relate to finance.
- Discuss the generally accepted techniques employed to estimate and quantify risk, and explain how each method is calculated and assessed.
- Explain how the portfolio concept can be used to reduce risk and explain the relationship between adding noncorrelated assets to the portfolio in terms of a risk and return trade-off.
- Discuss the differences between systematic and unsystematic risk and how and whether each of these risks can be reduced or eliminated, and provide real-life examples of each.
- Explain the components and the calculations associated with the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) and its relationship to the security market line (SML) and how risk and return are incorporated in these two models.
Be sure to document your post with in-text citations, credible sources, and properly listed references.
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