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A young investment manager tells his client that the probability

A young investment manager tells his client that the probability of making a positive return with his suggested portfolio is 90%. If it is known that returns are normally distributed with a mean of 5.6%, what is the risk, measured by standard deviation, that this investment manager assumes in his calculation?

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