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### What is a "coherent" risk measure?

What is a coherent risk measure, and why do we care? Can you give a simple example of a coherent risk measure as opposed to a non-coherent one, and the problems that a coherent measure addresses in ...
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### Portfolio insurance with a coherent risk measure (CVaR)

I would like to analysis of portfolio insurance under a coherent risk-measure method (CVaR), How can I achieve that? Is there a way to turn the problem into a linear programming problem? or to ...
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### Good book about replicating portfolios

I want to know if anybody can suggest me a good textbook which explains in detail and in an understandable way how to create replicating portfolios of financial instruments like options "cash or ...
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### different amount of information on return correlations from shorter and longer periods?

I want to calculate annual excess returns on portfolios using monthly (total) returns for a CAPM (for the assets in the portfolio as well as for the benchmark), in order to have more information on ...
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### Showing that VaR is not sub additive

I found on pages 2 and 3 of Martin Haugh's "Risk Measures, Risk Aggregation and Capital Allocation" from 2010 an example showing non sub-additivity of VaR (excerpts given at the end). I ...
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### Is there a formal notion of a "reward measure"?

A risk measure, as defined in the Wikipedia page, is a function that maps random variables to real numbers and satisfies the normalized, translative, and monotone properties. There are many other ...
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### Chorent risk measure with superaddative

In some definition of chorent risk measure Superadditive is one of the properties I don't understand Why? With subadditivity and homogeneous CvaR is convex, but if we assume another definition for ...
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