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Small Machine Language. Barnes, ICI 1969. Real-time language, an ALGOL variant, and the predecessor of RTL. "SML User's Guide", J.G.P. Barnes, ICI, TR JGPB/69/35 (1969).
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Keywords: risk, CAPM, Security Market Line, portfolio, market risk, beta index.
Fama and French (1988) suggest that stock returns are mean reverting, at least in long term, so that a stable Security Market Line (according to Capital Asset Pricing Model) can be found.
Our analysis derives the extended equilibrium market equation and the security market line of the classical capital asset pricing model of Merton (1987) in continuous time.
This relationship is called the Security Market Line.
This curve, shown in Figure 1, is called the Security Market Line (1).
The discount rate obtained in this manner is based on an equilibrium relationship (the Security Market Line, with beta expressed in terms of the pension claim's duration) and is expectational.

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