You have been hired as a portfolio manager for Mr. Franklin Clinton who can always invest money in his own car repossession business, which generates 5% return per period without risk (risk-free), i.e. R, -5%. An asset C is a risky asset with a 25% expected return, and the standard deviation of this return is 20%. Mr. Clinton told you that he always would like to give up 1.5% expected rate of return for 1 unit of less risk (standard deviation), and vice verse. How many percents of his wealth should he invest in asset C? %. (Please input an integer, i.e if the answer is 50%, please enter 50) Again, we assume Mr. Clinton only likes to invest in one risky asset at a time. Another asset D is a risky asset with a rate of return 35%, and the standard deviation is 22%. Mr. Clinton told you that he always would like to give up 1.5% expected rate of return for 1 unit of less risk (standard deviation), and vice verse. How many percents of his wealth should he invest in asset D? %. (Please input an integer)

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