Modern Portfolio Theory

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Developed by Harry Markowitz in the 1950s.

Modern portfolio theory quantifies the expected return to a portfolio with reference to:

  1. Each component’s mean return and standard deviation of returns, and
  2. The covariance between components’ returns.

See also