Equilibrium prices of the titles: Sharpe and the Securities Valuation Model (CAPM)





Finance, CAPM


The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is a model used to calculate the profitability that an investor must demand when making an investment in a financial asset, depending on the risk he is assuming.


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How to Cite

Gaytán Cortés, J. (2023). Equilibrium prices of the titles: Sharpe and the Securities Valuation Model (CAPM). Mercados Y Negocios, (49), 83–94. https://doi.org/10.32870/myn.vi49.7705



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