# Tagged Questions

An investment strategy that attempts to balance risk versus reward by adjusting the percentage of each asset in an investment portfolio according to the investors risk tolerance, goals and investment time frame.

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### Math basics of Equally-weighted Risk contributions

i'm writing my BA Thesis about "Equally-weighted Risk contributions". Can anyone recommend math books for further understanding of Risk contributions?
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### Reference Request: Horse Race for Portfolio Allocation

Probably the most popular horse race study for portfolio strategies is Optimal versus Naive Diversification: How Inefficient Is the 1/N Portfolio Strategy?, with DeMiguel, L. Garlappi and R. Uppal....
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### Modelling log-returns and calculating the portfolio return

I know this might be a trivial question, however, I would be grateful for some clarification. I am working on weekly log-return data, doing volatility-foracasting using GARCH models and then using ...
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### Hypothesis Testing for Portfolio Weights

Investigating international diversification is an ongoing topic in portfolio allocation literature. Britten-Jones and Kempf-Memmel , for example, use derived properties of the distribution of ...
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### Quantitative method to select tactical bands for asset allocation

Do you know a study with a methodology for selecting tactical bands (or the allowed deviation from a strategic asset allocation)? Thanks
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### Calculating portfolio returns from a dynamic, optimal re-balancing strategy

I am calculating a dynamic strategy with optimal re-balancing as in here. As a result of maximizing the expected utility function I obtain the weight for the risky asset in period $t=0$. All such ...
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### Asset weights in asset allocation

I am trying to solve an asset allocation problem by approximating the expected utility of a portfolio. I am using the following formula: \$E_t [U(1 + w_t' r_{t+1} + w_{ft} r_{f, t + 1})] = m_{1,t+1} - ...
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### backtest asset allocation strategies

I've searched the site but haven't found an easy way to backtest my personal portfolio allocations. Suppose I want to know the total return for the following portfolio from Jan 1, 2009 to Dec 31, 2014:...