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Morgan and Reuters, New York. , ed. (2003), Modern Investment Management: an equilibrium approach, Wiley. Quantitative Resources Group Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Markowitz, H. (1952), ‘Portfolio selection’, Journal of Finance 7(1), 77–91. Roll, R. & Ross, S. A. (Fall 1983), ‘The merits of the arbitrage pricing theory for portfolio management’, Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance pp. 14–15. Ross, S. A. (1976), ‘The arbitrage theory of capital asset pricing’, Journal of Economic Theory 13, 341–360.

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