2002-01-29Buch DOI: 10.18452/8270
Capital growth with security
MacLean, Leonard C.
Ziemba, William T.
This paper discusses the allocation of capital over time with several risky assets. The capital growth log utility approach is used with conditions requiring that specific goals are achieved with high probability. The stochastic optimization model uses a disjunctive form for the probabilistic constraints, which identifies an outer problem of choosing an optimal set of scenarios, and an inner (conditional) problem of finding the optimal investment decisions for a given scenarios set. The multiperiod inner problem is composed of a sequence of conditional one period problems. The theory is illustrated for the dynamic allocation of wealth in stocks, bonds and cash equivalents.
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