WebCab Portfolio for .NET Free Download

Version: 4.2   (version history)
Date: September 18, 2004

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OS: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
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Author: WebCab Components

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WebCab Portfolio for .NET Description

WebCab Portfolio for .NET Free Download.

Apply the Markowitz Theory and Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) to analyze and construct the optimal portfolio with/without asset weight constraints with respect to Markowitz Theory by giving the risk, return or investors utility function; or with respect to CAPM by given the risk, return or Market Portfolio weighting.

Also includes Performance Evaluation, extensive auxiliary classes/methods including equation solve and interpolation procedures, analysis of Efficient Frontier, Market Portfolio and CML.

WebCab Portfolio for .NET keywords: markowitz, theory, capital, asset, pricing, model, capm, optimal, portfolio, performance, interpolation, efficient, frontier, market, portfolio, cml

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