A hypothetical portfolio of investment that contains each type of asset available to investors in the world financial market. Each asset is weighted proportional to its market values. The expected return of a market portfolio is even to the anticipated return of the market in general. Because it is not totally diversified, it is only subject to systematic risk, which affects the market as a whole.
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