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the stock of akpan ltd performs well during recessionary periods, and the stock of okon ltd does well during growth periods. both stocks are currently selling for Rs 100 per share you asses rupes return {dividend plus price} of these stocks for the next years as follows; high qrowth 0.3 100 150 low 0.4 110 130 stagnation 0.2 120 90 recession 0.1 140 60 calculate the expected return and standard deviation of inventory. Rs 1000 in the equity stock of akpan ltd.
Rs 1000 in the equity stock of okon ltd.
Rs 500 each in the equity stock of akpan ltd and okon ltd.
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