# Questions tagged [portfolio]

A portfolio is a collection of financial instruments. We often collect instruments together to represent the complete holdings of an investor and to analyze the overall risk (which may be lower due to diversification, i.e the portfolio holding multiple instruments).

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### How to create Industry Portfolios per country?

Regarding the industry portfolio as created by Kennth R. French like here: https://mba.tuck.dartmouth.edu/pages/faculty/ken.french/Data_Library/det_17_ind_port.html I was wondering how I could do this ...
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### Basket variance with correlation 1

I'm reading the famous nuclear phynance primer on dispersion trading and finding difficulty in understanding the author's simplification for the variance of a basket with correlation 1. See below: I ...
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### How to predict a portfolio's reversion?

Sorry if this has been asked before. I've been baffled by a question I'm facing. Assuming I know there are some certain demands for some stocks in near future, and I put them in a basket as a ...
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### How to calculate the portfolio risk and return if daily share prices, volume held on that day is given for all assets?

The problem is with the changing volume of assets which changes the weights. I want to use the formula for portfolio risk but cannot figure out the weights. Should taking average weight of an asset ...
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### Portfolio with Put Options - VaR, Std. Dev

I did a Monte Carlo simulation to evaluate my portfolio. I used different Strikes and Weights for the Put options. Now to my problem: All statistical measures (like expected return, volatility) ...
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### Derivations of the pricing PDE for the Heston-Hull-White or Heston-CIR models

Consider the hybrid model given by $$dS=(r-q) S dt + \sqrt{v} S dZ_1$$ $$dv = \kappa_v (\theta_v - v) dt + \sigma_v \sqrt{v} dZ_2$$ $$dr = \kappa_r (\theta_r - r) dt + \sigma_r r^p dZ_3$$ with ...
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### Double counting in turnover calculation

While reading Koijen's Carry paper, they states double counting when calculating the turnover, as below. I'm wondering if they are referring to buy and sell or something else. If I liquidate all my ...
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### How to use coherent risk measure for evaluating price?

Coherent risk measures are defined by number of axioms (see e.g. Coherent Risk Measure) but a question that does not seem well studied is how to use them. Let's take a coherent risk measure $\rho$ and ...
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### How do you cross-sectionally standardize a variable?

i am doing research on a so-called carbon beta where I made a portfolio that takes a short position in 'green' stocks and a long position in 'brown' stocks, from a period of 2005 until 2020. So from ...
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### What are some advanced portfolio rebalancing strategies?

Want to write some portfolio rebalancing code but have found only simple portfolio rebalancer strategies like calendar and threshold. I want to rebalance a portfolio with different asset groups (EQ, ...
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### structural model - exposure estimation

The following example is from the book Active Portfolio Management by Grinold and Kahn. Suppose we have the factor returns and want to estimate the exposures/factor loadings. Say the factor returns ...
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### Best books on portfolio construction?

I am a master of finance student and although I understand the basics and the theory of portfolio construction I am still struggling when it comes to the practical side of things, i.e. building a real-...
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### Geometry of Efficient Frontier of Portfolios

I have been reading about Portfolio Theory, and though the algebra of it seems quite intuitive, I am having a hard time understanding it's geometry. For the sake of simplicity, I will only talk about ...