The SML relationship states th

The SML relationship states that the expected risk premium on a security in a onefactor model must be directly proportional to the security’s beta. Suppose that this were not the case. For example, suppose that expected return rises more than proportionately with beta as in the figure below.

a. How could you construct an arbitrage portfolio? (Hint: Consider combinations of Portfolios A and B, and compare the resultant portfolio to C.)

b. We will see in Chapter 13 that some researchers have examined the relationship between average return on diversified portfolios and the  and 2 of those portfolios. What should they have discovered about the effect of 2 on portfolio return?

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