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1) Rate of return Daren Kahn, a financial analysis for Oberlin Industries, wishes to

estimate the rate of return for two similar-risk investments, X and Y .Kahns research

indicates that the immediate past returns will serve as reasonable estimates of future returns.

A year earlier, investment X had a market value of $20,000, investment Y of $55,000.

During the year, investment X generated cash flow of $1,500, and investment Y generated

cash flow of $6,800. The current market value of investments X and Y are $21,000 and

$55,000, respectively.

a) Calculate the expected rate of return on investments X and Y using the most recent years

data.

2) Return calculations for each of investments shown in the following table, calculate the rate of

return earned over the unspecified time period.

Investment Cash flow Beginning of period End of period

value during period

A $ -100 $ 800 $ 1,100

B 15,000 120,000 118,000

C 7,000 45,000 48,000

D 80 600 500

E 1,500 12,500 12,400

3) Bulton Products is considering an investment in an expended product line. Two possible

types of expansion are being considered. After investigating the possible outcomes, the

company made the estimate shown in the following table.

Expansion A Expansion B

Initial investment $12,000 $12,000

Annual rate of return

Pessimistic 16% 10%

Most likely 20% 20%

Optimistic 24% 30%

a) Determine the range of the rates of return for each of the two projects.

4) Art Book Publishers is considering the purchase of one of two microfilm cameras, R and S.

Both should provide benefits over a 10-year period, and each requires an initial investment

of $4,000. Management has constructed the following table of estimated of rates of return

and probabilities for pessimistic, most likely, and optimistic results.

a. Determine the range for the rate of return for each of the two cameras.

b. Determine the expected value of return for each camera.

Camera R

Camera S

Initial investment

Annual rate of return

$4000 1.00 $4000 1.00

Pessimistic 20% 0.25 15% 0.20

Most likely 25% 0.50 25% 0.55

Optimistic 30% 0.25 35% 0.25

5) Steel Manufacturing has isolated four alternatives for meeting its need for increased

production capacity. The data gathered relative to each of these alternatives is summarized in

the following table.

a. Calculate the coefficient of variation for each alternative.

Alternative Expected return

(%)

Standard

deviation of

return (%)

A 20 7.0

B 22 9.5

C 19 6.0

D 16 5.5

6) Betty Rose is attempting to evaluate two possible portfolios, both consisting to the same five

assets held in different proportions. She is particularly interested in using beta to compare the

risks of the portfolios, so she has gathered the data shown in the following table.

a. Calculate the betas for portfolio A and B.

Portfolio weights

Asset Asset beta Portfolio A (%) Portfolio B (%)

1 1.30 10 30

2 0.70 30 10

3 1.25 10 20

4 1.10 10 20

5 0.90 40 20

Total 100 100

7) Capital asset pricing model (CAPM). For each of the cases shown in the following table,

use the capital asset pricing model to find the required return.

Case Risk-free

rate, R

F

(%)

Market return,

k

m

(%)

Beta, b

A 5 8 1.30

B 8 13 0.90

C 9 12 - 0.20

D 10 15 1.00

E 6 10 0.60

8) Manipulating CAPM. Use the basic equation for the capital asset pricing model (CAPM)

to work each of the following problems.

a. Find the required return for an asset with a beta of 0.90 when the risk-free rate and the

market return are 8% and 12%, respectively.

b. Find the risk-free rate for a firm with a required return of 15% and a beta of 1.25 when

the market return is 14%.

c. Find the market return for an asset with a required return of 16% and a beta of 1.0 when

the risk-free rate is 9%.

d. Find the beta for an asset with a required return of 15% when the risk-free rate and the

market return are 10% and 12.5%, respectively.

9) Security market line, SML. Assume that the risk-free rate, R

F

is currently 9% and that the

market return, k

m

is currently 13%.

c. Given the previous data, calculate the required return on asset A having a beta of 0.80

and asset B having a beta of 1.30.

10) Integrative risk, return, and CAPM, Septor Company must consider several investment

projects, A through E, using the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) and its graphical

representation, the security market line (SML). Relevant information is presented in the

following table.

Item Rate of

return

(%)

Beta, b

Risk-free asset 9 0

Market portfolio 14 1.00

Project A - 1.50

Project B - 0.75

Project C - 2.00

Project D - 0

Project E - -0.50

a. Calculate the required rate of return and risk premium for each project, given its level of

no diversifiable risk.

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