Asset pricing model

Asset pricing model

A model for determining the required or expected rate of return on an asset. Related: Capital asset pricing model and arbitrage pricing theory.

Asset Pricing Model

Any of several models used to determine the appropriate price or return on an asset at a given level of risk. Prominent examples include the capital asset pricing model and the arbitrage pricing theory.
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It also compared the risk-adjusted performance of funds with different analyst ratings to the average capital asset pricing model (CAPM) alpha.
They include wiping out the obvious corruption in our stock exchanges and corporations to promote Capital Asset Pricing Model investments, setting ablaze any and all rent-seeking subsidies (which would be most of them), and dismantling state-owned corporations.
Various models have been developed in search of factors that could improve the explanatory power of the Capital Asset Pricing model (CAPM), as well as capture anomalies in asset pricing.
Theoretical underwriting profits and losses can be determined by the Capital Asset Pricing Model.
This reconciliation is generally established through asset pricing models, like Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) of Sharpe (1964), Linter (1965) and Mossin (1966), Three Factor Model (FF3) of Fama and French (1993) and Four Factor Model (FF4) of (Carhart, 1997).
On the other hand, experts are still looking for an adequate and easy to use asset pricing model for emerging countries due to their specificities.
To overcome this limitation paper construct a portfolio using a theoretical asset pricing model, namely Global CAPM.
Integration implies using a single asset pricing model to determine the cost of capital regardless of the country where the capital asset is priced.
31, the STB denied a petition from the Western Coal Traffic League (WCTL) to abolish the use of a multistage discounted cash flow model (MSDCF) in its cost-of-capital calculations and instead rely exclusively on the capital asset pricing model (CAPM).
In this paper, we propose an extended five-factor asset pricing model in Egypt.
Since the 1960s, the traditional asset pricing model has been CAPM (the capital asset pricing model), which uses a single variable -- an asset's beta, or correlation to the broad market -- as a predictor of its expected future performance relative to some risk-free rate (cash or government bonds).
This edition has three new chapters on Merton's continuous-time asset pricing model, Brownian motion and technical trading, and risk measures.