Formula sheet for midterm 1 is now available

I just posted the formula sheet for the exam at

Regarding the exam, it consists of two sections. The first section consists of four multiple-choice questions worth 8 points each. The second section has two problems; the first problem is worth 32 points, and the second problem is worth 36 points. Thus, total points possible are 100.

Regarding content, the exam is all about stuff that we covered since the beginning of the semester; specifically, risk preferences, expected utility, certainty-equivalent of wealth, risk premiums, and the special cases of expected utility (i.e., the mean-variance model and the stochastic dominance model).

I will look forward to seeing all of you at the exam tomorrow. Good luck!

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