Portfolio Selection and Asset Pricing
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BeschreibungIn our daily life, almost every family owns a portfolio of assets. This portfolio could contain real assets such as a car, or a house, as well as financial assets such as stocks, bonds or futures. Portfolio theory deals with how to form a satisfied portfolio among an enormous number of assets. Originally proposed by H. Markowtiz in 1952, the mean-variance methodology for portfolio optimization has been central to the research activities in this area and has served as a basis for the development of modem financial theory during the past four decades. Follow-on work with this approach has born much fruit for this field of study. Among all those research fruits, the most important is the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) proposed by Sharpe in 1964. This model greatly simplifies the input for portfolio selection and makes the mean-variance methodology into a practical application. Consequently, lots of models were proposed to price the capital assets. In this book, some of the most important progresses in portfolio theory are surveyed and a few new models for portfolio selection are presented. Models for asset pricing are illustrated and the empirical tests of CAPM for China's stock markets are made. The first chapter surveys ideas and principles of modeling the investment decision process of economic agents. It starts with the Markowitz criteria of formulating return and risk as mean and variance and then looks into other related criteria which are based on probability assumptions on future prices of securities.
InhaltsverzeichnisCriteria, Models and Strategies in Portfolio Selection.
A Model for Portfolio Selection with Order of Expected Returns.
A Compromise Solution to Mutual Funds Portfolio Selection with Transaction Costs.
Optimal Portfolio Selection of Assets with Transaction Costs and No Short Sales.
Portfolio Frontier with Different Interest Rates for Borrowing and Lending.
Mean-Variance-Skewness Model for Portfolio Selection with Transaction Costs.
Capital Asset Pricing: Theory and Methodologies.
Empirical Tests of CAPM for China's Stock Markets.
Untertitel: 'Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems'. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2002
Seitenanzahl: 220 Seiten