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Risk-Return Analysis, Volume 2: The Theory and Practice of Rational Investing
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Contemporary investing as we know it would not exist without these two words: Portfolio selection. Though it may not seem revolutionary today, the concept of examining and purchasing many diverse stockscreating a portfoliochanged the face of finance when Harry M. Markowitz devised the idea in 1952.
In the past six decades, Markowitz has risen to international acclaim as the father of Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT), with his evaluation of the impact of asset risk, diversification, and correlation in the risk-return tradeoff. In defending the idea that portfolio risk was essential to strategic asset growth, he showed the world how to invest for the long-run in the face of any economy.
In Risk Return Analysis, this groundbreaking ...
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Harry M. Markowitz is president of Harry Markowitz Co. in San Diego. In 1990, he was jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for economics with Merton Miller and William Sharpe.