## • The main part should start with a brief introduction followed by short descriptions of a company of your choice (what they do, the sector they are in, maybe report the HHI of the industry, any other information or news that potential investors might be interested in).

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The project report document will have a main element and an (optional) appendix.
The appendix could hold the regression results and additional graphs.
• The main part should start with a brief introduction followed by short descriptions
of a company of your choice (what they do, the sector they are in, maybe report the HHI of the
industry, any other information or news that potential investors might be interested
in).
• Next is the statistical analysis that shows the performance of the company and a
composite portfolio. Essential elements of the statistical analysis are: a table with
descriptive statistics (sample size, mean, standard deviation), graphs that show the
pattern of share price movement, a correlation table, and one regression for
the company, where the return on the individual company is the dependent variable
and the return on the composite is the independent variable.
Interpret your results: What do these numbers mean? Are the results significant?
• In addition to that, you can also run regressions with the individual company as the
dependent variable and the return on the FTSE 100 as the independent variable.
This is the famous CAPM model that is widely used in finance. (This is not essential.)
• The main part concludes with a short summary. Which companies do you recommend
to investors? How does the composite portfolio perform? How will the firms
perform in the future?