The numbers we have seen help make a case for taxing returns to capital in excess of the current riskless return
(and for subsidizing losses so calculated with due precautions).
4%* Public pensions assets managed under private-sector rules; riskless return
plus ultimate forward rate for very long-term liabilities United Kingdom 6.
Aside from purchasing trees, agents can always store coconuts to earn a riskless return
This is calculated as the difference between the market portfolio's expected return E(rm) and the riskless return
adjusted by the common stock's beta coefficient.
3 in the past three years when adjusted for price swings, the top gain among 72 markets worldwide according to the Bloomberg Riskless Return
LAN Airlines, TAM, Aberdeen Asset Management LAN Safest Airline Stock Again After TAM Buy: Riskless Return
3 percent in the first quarter this year when adjusting for volatility, the best among 32 major airlines, according to the BLOOMBERG RISKLESS RETURN
Bloomberg has place South Korea-based Kia Motors Corporation (KSE: 000270), at the top of its Riskless Return
Comparison of investment opportunity and call option Real options Financial options Investment opportunity Variable Call option Current value of cash flows S Current stock price Investment expenditure X Exercise stock price Possible time of decision to T-t Time to expiration defer date Time value of money R Riskless return
rate Uncertainty of future cash [[sigma].
They must provide minimum fixed returns to their clients while trying to obtain a better performance than a riskless return
, by trading on financial markets.
Because this payoff is riskless, the portfolio of a short call option and 1/2 share of the stock must earn the riskless return
Further, the pregnant observation that '[t]here is a long tradition in mainstream economics which proposes that it does not matter whether capital hires labor or labor hires capital because the results will be the same in both cases' is not followed up by any exploration of what would happen if labour did hire capital; presumably the capitalists would receive a riskless return
, and labour would reap the profits or incur the losses.