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Business, 08.11.2019 01:31 michellestepp2001

Amoderately​ risk-averse investor has 50 percent of her portfolio invested in stocks and 50 percent in​ risk-free treasury bills. show how each of the following events will affect the​ investor's budget line and the proportion of stocks in her​ portfolio: the standard deviation of the return on the stock market​ increases, but the expected return on the stock market remains the same. the budget line will ▼ and the slope will ▼

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