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I'm trying to read the excellent book "The Asset Pricing and Portfolio Choice Theory" of Back Kerry, but find it too much difficult. I really need to read it but before I assume that I may need to read some more soft references, so that I can keep the track with that very book. Any hints?

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Just sharing my own experience, I am not a big fan of the all-comprehensive "we cover everything in 500 pages" asset pricing compendiums. Define clearly what part you do not understand I am more than happy to point you to text books I find explain the detailed subject matter clearly. –  Matt Wolf Oct 8 '13 at 10:00
    
thanks Wolf, the part I'm finding hard, is the first one : Utility Functions and Risk Aversion Coefficients, thanks –  Ama Oct 8 '13 at 11:22
    
Is it the math behind it or the concepts? Utility theory is generally pretty straight forward... –  Matt Wolf Oct 9 '13 at 6:33

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