Asset pricing model

• A model, such as the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), that determines the required rate of return on a particular asset.


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 Embedded terms in definition
Capital asset pricing model
Capital asset
Rate of return
 Related Terms
Administrative pricing rules
After tax proceeds from sale of old asset
Arbitrage free option pricing models
Arbitrage pricing theory
Asset activity ratios
Asset allocation
Asset allocation decision
Asset allocation fund
Asset and asset allocation
Asset and liability management
Asset backed securities
Asset backed security
Asset based financing
Asset classes
Asset coverage test
Asset for asset swap
Asset substitution
Asset substitution problem
Asset swap
Asset turnover
Baumol model
Best pricing
Binomial option pricing model
Black option model
Black scholes option model
Black scholes option pricing model
Business model eps projection
Capital asset
Capital asset pricing model
Constant growth dividend valuation gordon model
Constant growth model
Cost of new asset
Discounted dividend model
Dividend discount model
Dividend growth model
Dividend valuation model
Dynamic asset allocation
Factor model
Fixed asset
Fixed asset turnover
Fixed asset turnover ratio
Garmen kohlhagen option pricing model
Gordon model
Ho lee option model
Incremental cost of a new asset
Index model
Installed cost of new asset
Intangible asset
Limitation on asset dispositions
Liquid asset
Market model
Miller orr model
Net asset value
Option adjusted spread model
Pie model of capital structure
Policy asset allocation
Pricing efficiency
Proceeds from sale of old asset
Quick asset ratio
Regulatory pricing risk
Risk free asset
Riskless or risk free asset
Risky asset
Simple linear trend model
Single factor model
Single index model
Tactical asset allocation
Tangible asset
Total asset turnover
Two factor model
Two state option pricing model
Underlying asset
Value at risk model
Variable growth model
Wasting asset
Yield curve option pricing models
Zero growth model

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