Complete the attached finance work

I have posted questions here and an excel file named “QPS2” is the correct data that needs to be used. I have attached an answer file with different numbers which was used previous year named “copy of”. 

Essentialy you just have to update the numbers in the “copy of” excel file. Let me know if you can do that.

Question #2:  Markowitz Optimization:

Open the associated Excel file named QPS2 Data Fall I 2016 Problem 2 in My Course Content:  Problem Set Spreadsheets. The data file includes 60 months of returns for 11 exchange traded funds; their names and ticker symbols follow:

 

Ticker

Name of Exchange Traded Fund

 

 

1

SPY

SPDR S&P 500 ETF

       

2

MDY

SPDR S&P MidCap 400 ETF

     

3

IWM

iShares Russell 2000 ETF

     

4

QQQ

Power Shares QQQ ETF

     

5

EFA

iShares MSCI EAFE ETF

     

6

VWO

Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets Stock Index ETF

 

7

VNQ

Vanguard REIT Index ETF

     

8

BND

Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF

   

9

PFF

iShares US Preferred Stock ETF

   

10

GLD

SPDR Gold Shares ETF

     

11

JNK

SPDR Barclays High Yield Bond ETF

   

 

All students will do problem 2 using 9 of the above ETFs; all students will include the first 8 ETFs listed above:  SPY, MDY, IWM, QQQ, EFA, VWO, VNQ, and BND.  All students will include one of the last 3 ETFs:  PFF, GLD, and JNK as instructed on your version.

Version C:  Include JNK and exclude PFF and GLD. 

 

Use the data on your 9 ETFs to answer the following questions:

1.      What is the average return for each of the nine indexes?

2.      Show the covariance matrix of returns. Briefly describe how you constructed the covariance matrix.

Consider the simple case where short sales are allowed, but short positions must be greater than or equal to –75% and long positions must be less than or equal to 75%. Use Excel Solver to find the Minimum Variance Portfolio (MVP).

3.      What is the expected portfolio return for the MVP portfolio?

4.      What is the portfolio standard deviation for the MVP portfolio?

5.      What is the portfolio composition (i.e., what are the weights for the nine ETFs)?

Consider the simple case where short sales are allowed, but short positions must be greater than or equal to –40% and long positions must be less than or equal to 40%. Use Excel Solver to find the Maximum return portfolio with a standard deviation of exactly 2.50%.

6.      What is the expected portfolio return for this portfolio?

7.      What is the portfolio composition (i.e., what are the weights for the nine ETFs)?

Consider the more realistic case where short sales are NOT allowed and no more than 25% of the portfolio and no less than 5% is invested in any ETF. Use Excel Solver to find the Minimum Variance Portfolio (MVP).

8.      What is the expected portfolio return for the MVP portfolio?

9.      What is the portfolio standard deviation for the MVP portfolio?

10.  What is the portfolio composition (i.e., what are the weights for the nine ETFs)?

Consider the simple case where short sales are NOT allowed and no more than 30% and no less than 3% of the portfolio is invested in any ETF. Use Excel Solver to find the Market Portfolio if the risk-free rate is 0.125%/month (1.50%/year).

       11.  What is the expected portfolio return for this portfolio?

       12.  What is the portfolio standard deviation for this portfolio?

       13.  What is the portfolio composition (i.e., what are the weights for the nine ETFs)?

       14.  What is the maximum Sharpe ratio?

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