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| | |5 Yr Average |
| | |Return |
|T-bond |25% |0.02 |
|Microsoft |20% |-0.33 |
|Time Warner |10% |0.11 |
|Disney |20% |0.02 |
|Motorola |10% |-0.05 |
|Home Depot |15% |-0.02 |
| | | |
|Average Return |-0.042 |
|Risk Free | |-1.72 |
| | | |
| | |-1.76 |
|STDEV | |0.15 |
| | | |
|Sharpe | |-11.65 |
| | | |
| | |5 Yr Average | | | |betas |
| | |Return | | | | |
|T-bond |25% |0.02 | | |Microsoft |1 |
|Microsoft |20% |-0.33 | | |Time Warner |1.37 |
|Time Warner |10% |0.11 | | |Disney |0.96 |
|Disney |20% |0.02 | | |Motorola |1.81 |
|Motorola |10% |-0.05 | | |Home…...

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