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This paper is about the issue of input parameter uncertainty in portfolio optimization in a discrete setting with finite states (such as the case in a world with different macroeconomic regimes). In such a setting, being unable to assign reliable point estimates to the probabilities (or...
Recent academic papers and practitioner publications suggest that equal-weighted portfolios (or 1/N portfolios) appear to outperform various other portfolio strategies. In addition, as the equal-weighted portfolio does not rely on expected average returns, it is therefore assumed to be more...
Using firm-level data, we examine stock market correlations and interrelations for the G7 over the period 2000–2013. An examination using aggregate market data supports the view that correlations have risen and particularly so during crisis periods. Using firm-level data, which is tradeable, we...
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