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HG4529.5 .B515 2010
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Optimization Quadratic Minimization Nonlinear Optimization Extreme Points Computer Results The Efficient Frontier The Efficient Frontier Computer Results The Capital Asset Pricing Model The Capital Market Line The Security Market Line Computer Results Sharpe Ratios and Implied Risk-Free Returns Direct Derivation Optimization Derivation Free Solutions to Problems Computer Results Quadratic Programming Geometry Geometry of Quadratic Programs (QPs) The Geometry of QP Optimality Conditions The Geometry of Quadratic Functions Optimality Conditions for QPs A QP Solution Algorithm QPSolver: A QP Solution Algorithm Computer Results Portfolio Optimization with Linear Inequality Constraints An Example The General Case Computer Results Determination of the Entire Efficient Frontier PQPSolver: Generates the Entire Efficient Frontier Computer Results Sharpe Ratios under Constraints and Kinks Sharpe Ratios under Constraints Kinks and Sharpe Ratios Computer Results Appendix References Exercises appear at the end of each chapter.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Eschewing a more theoretical approach, Portfolio Optimization shows how the mathematical tools of linear algebra and optimization can quickly and clearly formulate important ideas on the subject. This practical book extends the concepts of the Markowitz "budget constraint only" model to a linearly constrained model. Only requiring elementary linear algebra, the text begins with the necessary and sufficient conditions for optimal quadratic minimization that is subject to linear equality constraints. It then develops the key properties of the efficient frontier, extends the results to problems with a risk-free asset, and presents Sharpe ratios and implied risk-free rates. After focusing on quadratic programming, the author discusses a constrained portfolio optimization problem and uses an algorithm to determine the entire (constrained) efficient frontier, its corner portfolios, the piecewise linear expected returns, and the piecewise quadratic variances. The final chapter illustrates infinitely many implied risk returns for certain market portfolios. Drawing on the author's experiences in the academic world and as a consultant to many financial institutions, this text provides a hands-on foundation in portfolio optimization. Although the author clearly describes how to implement each technique by hand, he includes several MATLAB(R) programs designed to implement the methods and offers these programs on the accompanying CD-ROM.
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- Publication date
- Michael J. Best.
- Chapman & Hall/CRC finance series
- 9781420085846 (hardcover : alk. paper)
- 1420085840 (hardcover : alk. paper)