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Arbitrage and optimal portfolio choice with financial constraints

Helmut Elsinger

Arbitrage and optimal portfolio choice with financial constraints

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Published by Oesterreichische Nationalbank in Wien .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arbitrage -- Econometric models.,
  • Contingencies in finance -- Econometric models.,
  • Portfolio management -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 22-23).

    StatementHelmut Elsinger and Martin Summer.
    SeriesWorking paper -- 49., Working papers (Oesterreichische Nationalbank) -- 49.
    ContributionsSummer, Martin., Oesterreichische Nationalbank.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16099323M

      The Financial Constraints Factor and Portfolio Returns. Having constructed an index of financial constraints and demonstrated that this index is likely to be more informative about the existence of financial constraints than the KZ index, we now examine whether and how financial constraints, as quantified by our index, affect asset returns. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Manipulation Enron World Com Sarbanes-Oxley Act Summary Key Terms Further Reading Problems Data Case Chapter 3 Arbitrage and Financial Decision Making Valuing Costs and Benefits Using Market Prices to Determine Cash Values When Competitive. This course covers topics on no-arbitrage-based asset pricing (e.g. option pricing, term structure, credit risk), optimal consumption and portfolio choice, general equi-librium/asset pricing theory, dynamic contracting, and dynamic corporate nance the-ory using continuous-time methods. We cover both the classics and frontier research papers.


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Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio Choice with Financial Constraints. EFA 36 Pages Posted: For a world with portfolio constraints the concept of no arbitrage has to be replaced by a weaker concept which we call no unlimited arbitrage.

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margin constraints allow. In some cases, it is actually optimal for an investor to walk away from a pure arbitrage opportunity. Even when the optimal policy is followed, the arbitrage strategy may underperform the riskless asset or have an unimpressive Sharpe ratio.

Furthermore, the arbitrage portfolio typically experiences losses at some point. Theoretical studies on convergence-trading in continuous-time optimal portfolio choice and capacity constraints on trading, risky arbitrage opportunities are far more common in.

Abstract: The optimal mean-reverting portfolio (MRP) design problem is an important task for statistical arbitrage, also known as pairs trading, in the financial markets. The target of the problem is to construct a portfolio of the underlying assets (possibly with an asset selection target) that can exhibit a satisfactory mean reversion property and a desirable variance property.

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The paper derives necessary and sufficient conditions for arbitrage opportunities of insiders and presents optimal portfolio strategies for investors having anticipative information. Arbitrage and Equilibrium with Portfolio Constraints. By Bernard Cornet and Ramu Gopalan. Download PDF ( KB) We consider a multiperiod financial exchange economy with nominal assets and restricted participation, where each agent's portfolio choice is restricted to a closed, convex set containing zero, as in Siconolfi ().

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treatment of optimal portfolio choice with transaction costs, a variety of constraints, and the dual pricing characterisation at the optimum. Combining the agent models in a competitive market clearing model, we address a number of issues.

It is easy to see that one can construct rationalisations of asset. We derive the optimal investment policy of a risk-averse investor in a market where there is a textbook arbitrage opportunity, but where liabilities must be secured by collateral.

We find that it is often optimal to underinvest in the arbitrage by taking a smaller position than collateral constraints allow.

Even when the optimal policy is followed, the arbitrage portfolio typically experiences. "Dynamic Asset Allocation: Portfolio Decomposition Formula and Applications", Review of Financial Studies, 23 (1), Detemple, J., Rindisbacher, M.

"Closed-form solutions for optimal portfolio selection with stochastic interest rate and investment constraints. Hence the portfolio (-,)S1 is an arbitrage. Symmetrically, in the case u1rportfolio (,-)S1is an arbitrage (the investor shorts the asset).

Hence if there is no-arbitrage, d1r u. Modern portfolio theory (MPT), which originated with Harry Markowitz's seminal paper "Portfolio Selection" inhas stood the test of time and continues to be the intellectual foundation for real-world portfolio management.

This book presents a comprehensive picture of MPT in a manner that can be effectively used by financial practitioners.This book is an introduction to the theory of portfolio choice and asset pricing in multiperiod settings under uncertainty. An alternate title might be Arbitrage, Optimality, and Equilibrium, because the book is built around the three basic constraints on asset prices: absence of arbitrage, singleagent optimality, and market equilibrium.

the most important unifying principle is that any of.providing liquidity to other investors. The flnancial constraints arise from the arbi-trageurs’ need to collateralize separately their positions in each asset.

We character-ize the optimal investment policy of arbitrageurs and derive implications for asset prices. Keywords: Financial constraints, arbitrage, liquidity, contagion.