Various Investment Concepts8-1: Does a

balance sheet that is dated year-end 2004 reflect only
transactions for that

year?8-7: In

computing return on assets, how does the age of the assets
influence the

interpretation of the values?21-5: What does the correlation
coefficient measure? What

are the two most extreme values it can take, and what do they
indicate? In the

real world, are more variables positively or negatively
correlated?21-10: In examining the capital market line as part of
the

capital asset pricing model, to increase portfolio return
(KP) what other

variable must you increase?22-5f: What is the Sharpe approach
to measuring portfolio

risk? If a portfolio has a higher Sharpe measure than the
market in general

under the Sharpe approach, what is the implication?22-8f:
Explain alpha as a measure of performance.

22-10f: If investment companies do not offer returns that

are, on average, any better than the market in general, why
would someone

invest in them?

Various Investment Concepts8-1: Does a

balance sheet that is dated year-end 2004 reflect only
transactions for that

year?8-7: In

computing return on assets, how does the age of the assets
influence the

interpretation of the values?21-5: What does the correlation
coefficient measure? What

are the two most extreme values it can take, and what do they
indicate? In the

real world, are more variables positively or negatively
correlated?21-10: In examining the capital market line as part of
the

capital asset pricing model, to increase portfolio return
(KP) what other

variable must you increase?22-5f: What is the Sharpe approach
to measuring portfolio

risk? If a portfolio has a higher Sharpe measure than the
market in general

under the Sharpe approach, what is the implication?22-8f:
Explain alpha as a measure of performance.

22-10f: If investment companies do not offer returns that

are, on average, any better than the market in general, why
would someone

invest in them?

Various Investment Concepts8-1: Does a

balance sheet that is dated year-end 2004 reflect only
transactions for that

year?8-7: In

computing return on assets, how does the age of the assets
influence the

interpretation of the values?21-5: What does the correlation
coefficient measure? What

are the two most extreme values it can take, and what do they
indicate? In the

real world, are more variables positively or negatively
correlated?21-10: In examining the capital market line as part of
the

capital asset pricing model, to increase portfolio return
(KP) what other

variable must you increase?22-5f: What is the Sharpe approach
to measuring portfolio

risk? If a portfolio has a higher Sharpe measure than the
market in general

under the Sharpe approach, what is the implication?22-8f:
Explain alpha as a measure of performance.

22-10f: If investment companies do not offer returns that

are, on average, any better than the market in general, why
would someone

invest in them?

balance sheet that is dated year-end 2004 reflect only
transactions for that

year?8-7: In

computing return on assets, how does the age of the assets
influence the

interpretation of the values?21-5: What does the correlation
coefficient measure? What

are the two most extreme values it can take, and what do they
indicate? In the

real world, are more variables positively or negatively
correlated?21-10: In examining the capital market line as part of
the

capital asset pricing model, to increase portfolio return
(KP) what other

variable must you increase?22-5f: What is the Sharpe approach
to measuring portfolio

risk? If a portfolio has a higher Sharpe measure than the
market in general

under the Sharpe approach, what is the implication?22-8f:
Explain alpha as a measure of performance.

22-10f: If investment companies do not offer returns that

are, on average, any better than the market in general, why
would someone

invest in them?