A) Since Stock A has an expected return of 11.41%, it must be underpriced.
B) Since Stock A has an expected return of 11.41%, it must be overpriced.
C) Since Stock A has an expected return of 9.64%, it must be overpriced.
D) Since Stock A has an expected return of 9.64%, it must be underpriced.
The correct answer is: C)
Step 1: Calculate the expected return on Stock A
E(R) = (.10)(12%) + (.25)(15%) + (.40)(8%) + (.25)(-9%)
= 1.2% + 3.7% + 3.2% + -2.2%
Step 2: Relative comparison:
Stock A is overpriced (this result is from the lower expected return).
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