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                                     Harry Markowitz

             
             Harry Markowitz


Nobel Prize Winner, 1990. As a graduate student in economics at the University of Chicago, Dr. Markowitz first studied portfolio design and risk reduction in his paper, "Portfolio Selection, " published in the 1952 Journal of Finance.

 Thirty-eight years later, he shared the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences with Merton Miller and William Sharpe for developing the theory of portfolio choice, one of the primary concepts crucial to the development of Modern Portfolio Theory.
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