Modern (MPT) and Post-Modern (PMPT) Portfolio Theory
Harry Markowitz (1952/1957/1959) developed Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT). Graph the Expected Return on the Portfolio (E(r)p) vs. the Portfolio Standard Deviation (Show). Show the Rf rate, Capital Allocation Line (CAL), Efficient Frontier (EF) Umbrella, Tangency of the CAL/EF along with Utility Curves (U C), show how risk-averse/institutional investors have to lower their utility to get to the Market Basket (M) tangency point. Show how you can move up and down the Efficient Frontier by buying/selling bonds to reallocate your portfolio between stocks and bonds, raising and lowing return and risk, how you can jump off the Efficient Frontier and up and down the CAL through the use of leverage or lending. And, show how you can bow out the EF by allocating your portfolio to Alternative Investment s (AI). Give examples of AIs, and what would be the target/model portfolio for the next 30 years for risk-adjusted/institutional investors? Show how they can be better off using the Inverse Coefficient of Variation (CV) Equation? What two objectives are you as the portfolio manager trying to achieve? Show how Cash Value Life Insurance (CVLI) as a unique alternative asset class can allow your clients portfolio return jump off the efficient frontier and onto a higher Utility Curve (UC).
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