Concept of Marginality and CAPM

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Concept of Marginality and CAPM
Liaqat Ali
In this model another assumption is that the number of assets are fixed in a portfolio. But this is a confusing thing as well, because it neglects the concept of marginality i.e. the overall change due to the increase of one asset in a portfolio. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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