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Probabilistic risk analysis of financial investment decisions

Joaquin Dario Urrea

Probabilistic risk analysis of financial investment decisions

a probabilistic analysis of the financial performance of selected Colombian companies and banks for the period 1973-1977.

by Joaquin Dario Urrea

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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Ph.D. thesis. Typescript.

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Pagination378p.
Number of Pages378
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In this way, the downside risk of the investment could be determined and incorporated into the investment decision.

The term ‘probability’ refers to the likelihood or chance that a certain event will occur, with potential values ranging from 0 (the event will not occur) to 1 (the event will definitely occur). In this sense, risk analysis or probabilistic simulation in the economic evaluation of projects is a methodology whereby the uncertainty encompassing the main variables projected in a forecasting.

save Save Risk Analysis in Capital Investment Decisions For Later 1 1 upvote, Mark this document as useful 0 0 downvotes, Mark this document as not useful Embed Share5/5(1). Risk may be defined as an uncertainty of financial loss on the occurrence of an unfortunate event.

A risk is an uncertainty of loss. Risk is an objectified uncertainty or a measurable misfortune. Every business involves some risk and most people do not like being involved in any risky enterprise.

substantiating decisions related on the investments efficiency. In the paper there are presented some categories of risks that can appear within the investment activity and is exemplified the risk analysis on the base of studying the projects sensitivity.

Key words: investments, risk, economic performance, sensitivity analysis. Investment project risk analysis methods. An essential component of the evaluation of the effectiveness of an investment project is an analysis of project risks, the purpose of which is to provide potential investors with the necessary data to make a decision about the feasibility of participating in the project and to determine measures to protect against possible financial losses.

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Risk. The Monte Carlo model allows researchers to run multiple trials and define all potential outcomes of an event or investment. Together, they create a probability distribution or risk Author: Robert Stammers. Even Hertz’s () simulation methodology and Wagle’s () statistical analysis of risk in capital investment projects did not fare better.

In fact, all the probabilistic approaches to risky investment decisions were swept away by the Sharpe-Lintner-Mossin CAPM revolution as it became the creed of modern financial by: 1.

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Risk analysis supports the investment decision by giving the investor a measure of the variance associated with a project appraisal return estimate.

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Little evidence emerges of integration between strategic and financial analysis approaches. Financial analysis techniques still dominate the appraisal of all categories of capital investment projects, while risk analysis approaches remain simplistic, even for complex strategic projects.

Despite their noted potential for informing strategic investment decisions, the emergent analysis tools barely register Cited by:. Probabilistic risk analysis of financial investment decisions: a probabilistic analysis of the financial performance of selected Colombian companies and banks for the period with application to the investment decision process Author: Urrea, Joaquin DarioAuthor: Joaquin Dario Urrea.The purpose of this article is to understand the concept of standard deviation and probability and how they relate to risk and making investment decisions.

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