Security market line

The financial definition for Security market line:

Line representing the relationship between expected return and market risk or beta. The slope of this line is the risk premium for beta.

Similar Matches

Asset backed security

Asset backed security
A security that is collateralized by loans, leases, receivables, or installment contracts on personal property, not real estate.

Beta equation (security)

Beta equation (security)
The market beta of a security is determined as follows: Regress beta of stock y on excess returns of the market. The slope coefficient is beta. Define n as number of observation numbers. Beta= [(n) (sum of [xy]) ]-[ (sum of x) (sum of y)]/ [(n) (sum of [xx]) ]-[ (sum of x) (sum of x)] where: n = # of observations (usually 36 to 60 months) x = rate of beta for the S&P 500 index y = rate of return for the security. Related: beta

Cabinet security

Cabinet security
A stock or bond listed on a major exchange with low daily traded volume.

Further Suggestions

Convertible security
Credit linked security
Derivative security
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
Fixed dollar security
Graduated security
Host security

Click to compare definitions of
Security market line
Click to view definitions beginning se
  www.financial-terms.co.uk is a finance, business, investment and stock market resource of common financial words.