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The professional management of an investment portfolio of various securities (shares, bonds and other securities) in order to meet specified investment goals. The process includes the specification of investment objectives and constraints, choice of asset mix, formulation of portfolio strategy, selection of securities, execution, revision, and evaluation.

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Portfolio Optimization via Entropy Pooling in R (Meucci)

does anybody have experience with the Entropy Pooling Approach by Meucci in R? I am currently trying to do a portfolio optimization with Stocks & Bonds, where a 101 example would be very helpful. ...
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internal rate of return ((M/X)IRR ?) of a fund

I have the following data for a fund. The contributions come from the LPs (i.e., the investors invest more in the fund, or withdraw money from the fund), MV stands for market value. The timing is not ...
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Cover's universal portfolio vs. Markowitz's mean-variance model

Cover's universal portfolio maximizes the wealth growth rate Markowitz's mean-variance model minimizes portfolio variance Both allocate assets based on historical returns. How do these two models ...
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Using Timeseries DB for Tracking Asset Performance over time

I am building a system that allows users to purchase digital assets, and i would like to know the asset's performance of individual users. A user may purchase an asset multiple time in a single day, ...
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CPPI Returns for different floors

I am new to the topic of Constant Proportion Portfolio Insurance, and have implemented it in R for the first time. Now if I calculate the cumulative return of the ...
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How do I calculate FX forward hedge ratio?

Suppose I have a USD holding of 1,000,000 in my portfolio and I want to convert it into EUR in a month's time. I enter into a FX forward contract of the same amount USD 1,000,000, meaning that I have ...
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Insured Portfolio via call + cash: how much cash?

I am unsure about the quantities to keep in the risky asset, S, and the non-risky asset, M, when constructing an insured portfolio via Call + Cash (rather than Stock + Put). My understanding so far is ...
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feasible set if short selling of risk free asset is not allowed

I have 3 risky assets and one risk-free asset. From them I have to determine what the set of portfolios achievable looks like if there is short selling of risk-free asset is not allowed. What does ...
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is it possible to get minimum variance line having only covariance matrix?

Hey I have covariance matrix: $$C=\begin{pmatrix} 0,01 & 0.01 & 0\\ \\ 0.01 & 0,02 & -0.01 \\ \\ 0 & -0.01 & 0,03 \end{pmatrix}$$ So the variance of porfolio is: $$\...
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What is momentum factor and how is it calculated based on three parameters?

I have 7 year prices of a group of stocks and index prices for the same time period now I want to calculate momentum factor, depending on the three relevant parameters (rebalancing frequency, rolling ...
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Calculating bond prices from constant maturity yield

Goal: turn a constant maturity yield time series into bond prices. The federal reserve has great data series including this one. This is a time series of historical treasury bond yields and I need to ...
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Portfolio and Risk Management: Total Return Index vs Price Index

For portfolio construction and risk management purposes, when one should use Total Return based Index instead of Price Index? I am looking for pros and cons of using either Total Return and/or Price ...
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How long a time horizon should be for verifying the effectiveness of an investment strategy?

Question To verify the effectiveness of a certain asset allocation strategy, how long a time horizon should be? Is there any academic paper regarding this topic? Question in more detial I know ...
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Testing the significance of active trading strategies other than stocks

In active asset management industry, a common approach to Test whether my Strategy Provides significant alpha is to Regress Portfolio Returns on Fama French 3 (or 5 factors) and check whether the ...
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Another variation of the 'Sharpe ratio' in CVaR-based portfolio optimization?

Question What is the ratio S(p) shown below? Do we have a name for it like 'Sharpe ratio'? The ratio above is introduced in the academic paper Optimal portfolio selection in a Value-at-Risk framework ...
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Constrained Optimization for performance attribution

I am trying to perform constrained opmitization for portfolio performance attribution analysis. Specifically, I am trying to determine the impact of sectors performance on the S&P 500 index. Min ...
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How to compute the portfolio risk when weights are negative?

In QMiF (p. 239) , the variance of a portfolio is defined as: V(R) = w'Vw = w'DCDw = x'Cx Does this formula hold if the weights are negative (i.e., short)? For example, if I have a 5x5 covariance ...
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Future Quotes on the S&P 500 Index

I am looking at the following quotes of the futures prices of the S&P 500: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/fc?bypass=true&s=ESM16.CME&ltr=1 The way I read this, the market thinks that ...
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Hwo to create a benchmark for a portfolio?

How does one create a benchmark for a portfolio? I realize if I were using strategic asset allocation, I could just look at the already existing benchmarks associated with the various asset classes ...
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Active or Passive strategy?

From my reading, passive portfoliomanagement means to replicate an index, active portfoliomanagement means to deviate from an index. Does that mean that e.g. rules-based investing is actually an ...
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Black-Litterman with simple portfolio

In an attempt to learn Black-Litterman I have come across this "simple" example. Suppose that you analyze market data using CAPM $$r_i-r_f=\beta_i(r_m-r_f)+\epsilon_i$$ Suppose there are 2 assets in ...
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Yield curve steepening/flattening using different duration treasury futures (TUT Spread) and volatility

Yield curve steepening: long 2 contracts 2 year (2 contracts due to contract size), short 1 contract 10 year Vice versa for flattening. If the 2 year note has a expected volatility of 2% per contract (...
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Time varying weights in a portfolio

As I have seen in my portfolio theory class, we define the weights of some assets and quantify the risk and return of the whole portfolio. In this setup, the weights do not change in time. What if the ...

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