Capital Market Line

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The Capital Market Line considers theoretical portfolios consisting of different proportions of:

  1. A theoretical risk-free asset, and
  2. The most efficient portfolio of market assets (also known as the market portfolio).

The CML is a straight line relationship between:

  1. The expected return on such a theoretical portfolio, and
  2. The risk of such a portfolio.

See also