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You invest in a portfolio of 5 stocks with an equal investment in each one. The betas of the 5 stocks are as follows: .75, -1.2, .90, 1.3, 1.5. The risk free return is 4% and the market return is 9%.

A. Compute the beta of the portfolio

B. Compute the required return of the portfolio

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