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A manager is holding a portfolio:

Stock Amount Invested Beta

1 300,000 .6

2 300,000 1.0

3 500,000 1.4

4 500,000 1.8

The risk free rate is 6% and the portfolio's required rate of return is 12.5%. The manager would like to sell all of the holdings of stock 1 and use the proceeds to buy more shares of stock 4. What would be the portfolio's required rate of return with this change?

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A manager is holding a portfolio:

Stock Amount Invested Beta

1 300,000 .6

2 300,000 1.0

3 500,000 1.4

4 500,000 1.8

The risk free rate is 6% and the portfolio's required rate of return is 12.5%. The manager would like to sell all ...

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