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MBA & MBA – Banking and Finance (Term-IV) Course : Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Unit III: Portfolio Selection
2 Portfolio Selection: A) Markowitz Approach: Find the set of portfolios that satisfy the following 3 conditions: 1) Provides the minimum risk for every possible level of return 2) The ‘ Efficient' set 3) Investor selects from the ‘ Efficient ’ set the single portfolio that meets his/her needs
3 Efficient portfolio Efficient portfolio is the portfolio that gives maximum return for a given level of risk or minimum risk for a given level of return. Efficient Frontier: Efficient frontier is the loci of all such efficient portfolios.
4 The question is : how should investors choose a “best” option on the efficient frontier? The following are the important parameters to be considered: 1) Risk – return framework. 2) Utility functions, or indifference curves. There can be various types of Indifference curves representing investors’ perceptions towards risk- return. Thus there can be following categories of investors:
7 Less Risk Fearing Investor’s Indifference Curve U1 U2 U3 U4 σpσp RpRp 2) b) Less Risk Averse Investor Return Risk
8 Investor’s Equilibrium: Selection of Best portfolio. Y is the point of optimal/best portfolio. At this point the efficient frontier is tangent to the indifference curve.
9 B) SHARPE METHOD OF PORTFOLIO SELECTION Single Index model by Sharpe helps in the construction of an Optimal portfolio by providing a single number that measures the desirability of including a stock in the Optimal Portfolio. Here, the desirability of any stock is directly related to its excess return -to -beta ratio:
10 Where R i = expected return on stock i R f = return on a riskless asset β i = expected change in the rate of return on stock i associated with a 1 % change in the market return. If stocks are ranked by Excess return to beta (from highest to lowest), the ranking represents the desirability of any stock ‘s inclusion in a portfolio. The number of stocks selected depends on a unique cut off rate such that all stocks with higher ratios of Excess return to beta will be included and all stocks with lower ratios excluded.
11 STEPS to determine which stocks are included in the Optimum Portfolio: 1.Calculate the excess return to beta ratio for each stock under review. 2. Rank them from highest to lowest. 3. The optimum portfolio consists of investing in all stocks for which is greater than a particular cut off point C*
12 Example: On the basis of following data find the optimal portfolio. Also find proportion of the fund to be invested in the securities of the optimal portfolio.
13 Security no. (1) Mean return,R i (2) Beta, β i (3) Unsystematic risk, 115150 R f = 5% 2171.540 312120 417210 511140 6111.530 711240 870.816 97120 105.60.66 Also given R F = 5% and
14 Table : 2, Solution: Security No.Excess return, R i - R F Excess return to beta R i – R F β i 110 2128 377 4 6 566 664 763 822.5 922 100.61
15 Establishing a Cut off Rate All securities whose Excess return to beta ratio are above the cut off rate are Selected All securities whose ratios are below are rejected. Finding the Cut off rate For portfolio of i stocks,C i is given by Where : = Variance in the market index = stock’s unsystematic risk.
16 Table 3 : Determining Cut off Rate with = 10% Security NO. R i -R F βi ( R i -R F ) βi C 1102/102/1002/10 2/100 1.67 284.5/105.625/1006.5/10 7.625/100 3.69 373.5/105/10010/10 12.625/100 4.42 4624/1040/10034/10 52.625/100 5.43 561.5/102.5/10035.5/10 55.125/100 5.45 643/107.5/10038.5/10 62.625/100 5.3 733/1010/10041.5/10 72.625/100 5.02 82.51/104/10042.5/10 76.625/100 4.91 921/105/10043.5/10 81.625/100 4.75 1010.6/106/10044.1/10 87.625/100 4.52
17 Arriving at the optimal portfolio With the help of Cut off rate,we know which securities are to be included in the Optimum portfolio, the next step is to calculate the percent of capital to be invested in each security. The percentage invested in each security is : Where,
18 Z 1 =2/100(10-5.45) =0.091 Z 2 =3.75 (8-5.45) = 100 0.095625 Z 3 = 5 ( 7 - 5.45 ) = 100 0.0775 Z 4 =20 (6 - 5.45 ) = 100 0.110 Z 5 =2.5 (6 - 5.45) = 100 0.01375
19 Dividing each Z i by sum of Z i,we would invest 0.091 / 0.387875 = 23.5 % in security 1 0.095625 / 0.387875 = 24.6 % in security 2 0.0775 /0.387875 = 20 % in security 3 0.110 /0.387875 = 28.4 % in security 4 0.01375 /0.387875 = 3.5 % in security 5
20 Problem No.1 Q.1 Vinoth received Rs.10 lakh from his pension fund. He wants to invest in the stock market. The treasury bill rate is 5% and the market return variance is 10. The following table gives the details regarding the expected return, beta and residual variance of the individual security. What is the optimum portfolio assuming no short sales?
22 Problem No.2 Q.2 A portfolio manager has got the following information about several stocks. He has to build an optimum portfolio for his client without short sales. The market index variance is 12 per cent and the risk free rate of return is 7 per cent.
26 Problem No.4 You are attempting to construct an optimum portfolio. Over your holding period you have forecast an expected return on the market of 13.5% with a market variance of 256%. The treasury security rate available is 7% (risk free). The following securities are under review:
27 StockAlphaBetaResidual Variance Boeing3.72.999.35 Bristol-Myers0.601.275.92 Browning- Ferris 0.41.969.79 Emerson Electric -0.221.215.36 Mountain States Telephone 0.45.754.52
28 Problem No.5 Q.1 Mr. David is constructing a optimum portfolio. The market return forecast says that it would be 13.5% for the next two years with the market variance of 10%. The risk less rate of return is 5%. The following securities are under review. Find out the optimum portfolio.