PENGGUNAAN SIMULASI MONTE CARLO UNTUK PENGUKURAN VALUE AT RISK ASET TUNGGAL DAN PORTOFOLIO DENGAN PENDEKATAN CAPITAL ASSET PRICING MODEL SEBAGAI PENENTU PORTOFOLIO OPTIMAL (Studi Kasus: Index Saham Kelompok SMinfra18)

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In financial markets, a stock is a unit of account for various investments. It often means the stock of a corporation, but  also used for collective investments such as mutual funds, limited partnerships, and real estate investment trusts. In this era, most investors establish a stock portfolio as one way to reduce the risk of loss or risk which may be obtained when investing in stocks. Formation of portfolio in this research, investors is used to calculate the weight of the investment using the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). Risks of investing often called Value at Risk (VaR), calculate the VaR using Monte Carlo simulation. From the results and analysis conducted on a group of SMInfra18 stocks, there are two stocks into the portfolio with an allocation of the largest given to the ISAT (PT. Indosat, Tbk) and the allocation of funds smallest given to stock TBIG (PT. Tower Bersama Infrastructure Tbk). While the losses or the estimated risk of the portfolio at 95% confidence level is IDR 18,860,237.00 of the initial capital of IDR 1,000,000,000.00 during the holding period 1 day after portfolio formation.

 

Keywords: Stock, Portfolio, SMInfra18, CAPM, Monte Carlo

Keywords: Stock; Portfolio; SMInfra18; CAPM; Monte Carlo

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