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    On the basis of a one factor model, consider a portfolio of two securities with the following characteristics :

    Security Factor Sensitivity Nonfactor risk proportion
    A .20 49 .40
    B 3.50 100 .60

    A) If the standard deviation of the factor is 15% , what is the factor risk of the portfolio ?

    B) What is the nonfactor risk of the portfolio ?

    C) What is the portfolio's standand deviation ?

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    Solution Summary

    This a three-part problem which calculates the factor risk, the nonfactor risk and the standand deviation of a portfolio of two securities.