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    If T-Bills have a 4% rate and the expected portfolio return is 12% How would I use the capital asset pricing model to determine

    What the required investment with a beta of 1.5

    and how do i determine NPV with a beta of .8 and the retun is projected to be 9.8%

    and with a 11.2% market retun from stock x, what is the beta

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    First, the formula for CAPM is Risk free rate + [beta x market risk premium] and market risk premium is calculated by the ...

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    The expert calculates beta and the net present values.

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