# investment possibilities;

## Finance 30 Questions

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**I have 30 questions all ralated to Finance and I need get it done by tonight.**

**Some are multiple questions which is easy and some needs calculation. **

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**Time limit is 1hour 30min starting from when I send you questions.**

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Tutor Test 1

Which of the following groups are referred to as stakeholders?

I) employees; II) customers; III) shareholders; IV) suppliers

Tutor Test 2

By combining lending and borrowing at the risk-free rate with efficient portfolios, we can:

I) extend the range of investment possibilities;

II) change the set of efficient portfolios from being curvilinear to a straight line;

III) provide a higher expected return for any level of risk, except for the tangential portfolio and the risk-free asset

Tutor Test 3

Hyacinth Macaw invests 74% of her funds in stock I and the balance in stock J. The standard deviation of returns on I is 13%, and on J it is 27%. |

a. |
Calculate the variance of portfolio returns, assuming the correlation between the returns is 1.0. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answer as a decimal rounded to 4 places.) |

Portfolio variance | n/r |

b. |
Calculate the variance of portfolio returns, assuming the correlation is 0.7. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answer as a decimal rounded to 4 places.) |

Portfolio variance | n/r |

c. |
Calculate the variance of portfolio returns, assuming the correlation is 0. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answer as a decimal rounded to 4 places.) |

Portfolio variance | n/r |

Tutor Test 4

The annually compounded discount rate is 11.0%. You are asked to calculate the present value of a 11-year annuity with payments of $51,300 per year. |

a. |
Calculate the PV if the annuity payments arrive at one-year intervals. The first payment arrives one year from now. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.) |

Present value | $ n/r |

b. |
Calculate the PV if the first payment arrives in six months. Following payments arrive at one-year intervals (i.e., at 18 months, 30 months, etc.). (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.) |

Present value | $ n/r |

Thank you.