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# 8-1 Risk-Return Trade-Off The price of a stock today is \$33/share In one year the stock will be worth \$28/share and give a \$2/share dividend What is the total return on the stock? 8-2b Measuring

8-1 Risk-Return Trade-Off The price of a stock today is \$33/share. In one year, the stock will be worth \$28/share and give a \$2/share dividend. What is the total return on the stock?
8-2b Measuring Stand-Alone Risk: The Standard Deviation Calculate the standard deviation for a stock given the information on three different economic scenarios: Probability of Outcome 0.3 Return in Given Outcome Recessiorn Average Boom -5% 8% 0.6 0.1 20%
8-2c Using Historical Data to Measure Risk Assuming investors require increased expected returns for taking higher levels of risk, fill in an appropriate answer or range of answers for investment #4 in the chart below: Investment Expected Return Expected Standard Deviation #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 0% 3% 8% ??? 60% 0% 2% 10% 2000 80%
8-2d Measuring Stand-Alone Risk: The Coefficient of Variation Would an investor rather have an investment with a coefficient of variation of 2 or 3, or would the investor be indifferent between the two choices? Explain your answer.

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