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Andrew Bevan 1 Estimated H-index: Are you looking for The Black-Litterman Model uses a Bayesian approach to combine the subjective views of an investor regarding the expected returns of one or more assets with the market equilibrium vector the prior distribution of expected returns to form a new, mixed estimate of expected returns.
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