"Quantifying risks" with regards to MPT involves beta, and enough studies have shown that low beta stocks outperform high beta stocks, which is the opposite of what's supposed to happen. You stick to MPT, I'll tough it out with Keynes, Graham, and Dodd.
LOL you provide a strawman argument when I point out that a central tenant of your beloved theory has been proved wrong time and time again. Well played. "Most toys and money?" Maybe you haven't heard of Security Analysis and The General Theory of Employment, Money and Interest. Highly recommend both, I'm sure you'll pick up a thing or two in them as well. Or you can continue to provide non sequiturs on Congress, the NYT business model, and other inane observations.