Fundamentals of Finance

Price Number of securities Market value Portfolio weights Percentages to one decimal place
Stock A $25 200 500 0.22522523 22.50%
Stock B $53 100 5300 0.23873874 23.90%
Stock C $119 100 11900 0.53603604 53.60%
Total Value 22200
Price Number of securities Market value Portfolio weights Percentages to one decimal place
Bond A $975 10 5000 22200 22.52%
Bond B $1,020 20 5300 22200 23.88%
Bond C $888 10 11900 22200 53.60%
Bond D $1,150 10
Total Value
Price Number of securities Market value Portfolio weights Percentages to one decimal place
Stock A $25 1,000
Stock C $119 500
Bond D $1,150 20
Total Value
Price Number of securities Market value Portfolio weights Percentages to one decimal place
Stock B $53 1,000
Stock C $119 100
Bond A $975 20
Bond B $1,020 10
Total Value

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