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Suppose that a portfolio consists of 3 securities (1,2,3). Expected rates of return are: 5%, 9%, 14% of the 3 securities, respectively.

(1) Find the expected rate of return on each of the two portfolios of these securities:
Portfolio A where w1=w2=w3
Portfolio B where w1=w2 and w2=2w3

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(2) Assume both portfolios have the same risk (10%) which one would you choose?

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(3) Assume your portfolio amount or wealth is $10000, how much have you invested in each of the three securities in your chosen portfolio.

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(4) Find the expected total cash flow and expected net cash flow of the portfolio at the end of the period.

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