Differentiate between Price Weighted Index, Equal Weighted Index and Capitalization Weighted Index. Give examples for each. Please explain clearly and in detail.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 10:08 pm ad1c9bdddf
Price Weighted Index:
A stock index in which each stock influences the index in proportion to its price per share. The value of the index is generated by adding the prices of each of the stocks in the index and dividing them by the total number of stocks. Stocks with a higher price will be given more weight and, therefore, will have a greater influence over the performance of the index.
For example, assume that an index contains only two stocks, one priced at $1 and one priced at $10. The $10 stock is weighted nine times higher than the $1 stock. Overall, this means that this index is composed of 90% of the $10 stocks and 10% of $1 stock.
In this case, a change in the value of ...
This posting gives detailed explanation with examples regarding the Price Weighted Index, Equal Weighted Index and Capitalization Weighted Index.
Attached is an excel sheet on a portfolio.
What is the current yield on the equities portfolio?
a. 2.02 b. 2.03 c. 2.06 d. 2.86
CY = annual income / price
I tabulated Annual Inc/Share = 5.145
I then divided by the price of all equities = 69.9.
5.145/69.9 = .073 - Way off of the list of answers. Please advise.
Do I need to take the annual income * shares / divide by the FMV = .042?
What is the weighted geometric average return of the equities in portfolio?
a. -1.4 b. 3.22 c. 3.71 d. 4.22 e. 7.61
I need to take the square root of the 2011 returns
√(1-[-.05])(1+[-.06])(1+[.01])(1+.03)(1+.02) = .9529 - once again, not close to answers. Please advise.
What is the weighted beta of portfolio?
Add FMV = 134000
Divide individual Cost Basis by 134000
Mult those answers by beta
Add those figures = 1.08
Find Treynor performance measure index and rank from highest to lowest. (Using the geometric average return over the 5 year period.)
What I am unable to calculate is the geometric average over the 5-yr period. Please advise.
From there, T = r(p)-r(free)/Beta
Wouldn't Risk free rate be .0006? - 3month t-bill?
What is the YTM of the Texas Instruments Bond?
P = pmt/(1+i)^n
I need to find the payment. I don't know how to do that. From there, I think I can find it. Is this correct?