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BUSN 602 Help me with these 10 questions please?

1. The past five monthly returns for Kohls are 3.72 percent, 4.07 percent, −1.86 percent, 9.34 percent, and
−2.74 percent. What is the average monthly return? (Round your answer to 3 decimal places.)
% Average return 2. The past five monthly returns for PG&E are −3.57 percent, 4.88 percent, 4.17 percent, 7.07 percent, and
3.98 percent. Compute the standard deviation of PG&E’s monthly returns. (Do not round intermediate
calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places.) Standard deviation 3. % If you own 550 shares of Alaska Air at $54.88, 600 shares of Best Buy at $63.32, and 400 shares of Ford
Motor at $9.01, what are the portfolio weights of each stock? (Round your answers to 3 decimal places.)
Portfolio weights Alaska Air
Best Buy
Ford Motor
4. The past five monthly returns for Kohl’s are 3.60 percent, 3.77 percent, −1.74 percent, 9.28 percent, and
−2.62 percent. Compute the standard deviation of Kohls’ monthly returns. (Do not round intermediate
calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places.) Standard deviation 5. The past five monthly returns for PG&E are −3.43 percent, 4.53 percent, 4.03 percent, 6.86 percent, and
3.84 percent. What is the average monthly return? (Round your answer to 3 decimal places.)
% Average return 6. % Table 9.2 Average Returns for Bonds 1950 to 1959
1960 to 1969
1970 to 1979
1980 to 1989
1990 to 1999 Average
Average
Average
Average
Average Bonds
0.0%
1.8
5.4
13.5
9.5 2000 to 2009 Average 8.7 Table 9.4 Annual Standard Deviation for Bonds 1950 to 1959
1960 to 1969
1970 to 1979
1980 to 1989
1990 to 1999
2000 to 2009 Bonds
4.6%
6.5
6.9
15.4
12.7
10.4 Calculate the coefficient of variation of the risk-return relationship of the bond market (Use the above Tables)
during each decade since 1950. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)
Decade
1950s CoV
Not Available 1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s 7. A manager believes his firm will earn a 14.90 percent return next year. His firm has a beta of 1.43, the
expected return on the market is 11.40 percent, and the risk-free rate is 4.40 percent. Compute the return the firm should earn given its level of risk. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.) Required return % Determine whether the manager is saying the firm is undervalued or overvalued.
Undervalued
Overvalued 8. You own $20,829 of Human Genome stock that has an assumed beta of 3.93. You also own $12,576 of Frozen Food Express (assumed beta = 1.80) and $5,895 of Molecular Devices (assumed beta = 0.91).
What is the beta of your portfolio? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answer to 2
decimal places.) Portfolio beta
9. You own $13,120 of Olympic Steel stock that has a beta of 3.12. You also own $9,920 of Rent-a-Center
(beta = 1.91) and $8,960 of Lincoln Educational (beta = 0.49). What is the beta of your portfolio? (Do not round intermediate calculation and round your answer to 2 decimal
places.) Portfolio beta 10. Following are three economic states, their likelihoods, and the potential returns:
Economic State
Fast growth
Slow growth
Recession Probability Return
0.19
37 %
0.42
20
0.39
–13 Determine the standard deviation of the expected return. (Do not round intermediate calculations and round
your answer to 2 decimal places.) Standard deviation %