Essays about: "portföljteori"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 26 essays containing the word portföljteori.

  1. 1. Evaluation of portfolio optimization methods on decentralized assets and hybridized portfolios

    University essay from KTH/Matematik (Avd.)

    Author : Reza Salam Dalfi; Noel Mattar; [2022]
    Keywords : Traditional assets; DeFi; Cryptocurrencies; CVAR; FLPM; MSV; Portfolio; Optimization; Risk measurements; Traditionella tillgångar; DeFi; Cryptocurrencies; CVAR; FLPM; MSV; Portfölj optimering; Riskmått;

    Abstract : The market for decentralised financial instruments, more commonly known as cryptocurrencies, has gained momentum over the past recent years and the application areas are many. Modern portfolio theory has for years demonstrated its applicability to traditional assets, such as equities and other instruments, but to some extent omitted the application of mathematical portfolio theory with respect for cryptocurrencies. READ MORE

  2. 2. Hierarchical Portfolio Allocation with Community Detection

    University essay from KTH/Matematik (Avd.)

    Author : Kiar Fatah; Taariq Nazar; [2022]
    Keywords : Portfolio Allocation; Hierarchical Clustering; Graph Theory; Community Detection; Modern Portfolio Theory; Portföljallokering; Hierarkisk klustring; Grafteori; Community Detection; Modern Portföljteori;

    Abstract : Traditionally, practitioners use modern portfolio theory to invest optimally. Its appeal lies in its mathematical simplicity and elegance. However, despite its beauty, the theory it is plagued with many problems, which are in combination called the Markowitz curse. READ MORE

  3. 3. Hierarchical Clustering in Risk-Based Portfolio Construction

    University essay from KTH/Matematisk statistik

    Author : Natasha Nanakorn; Elin Palmgren; [2021]
    Keywords : Portfolio construction; asset allocation; risk-based asset allocation; hierarchical clustering; agglomerative clustering; hierarchical risk parity; risk; volatility; Portföljallokering; portföljhantering; portföljmetoder; riskbaserad portföljallokering; hierarkisk klustring; agglomerativ klustring; risk; volatilitet;

    Abstract : Following the global financial crisis, both risk-based and heuristic portfolio construction methods have received much attention from both academics and practitioners since these methods do not rely on the estimation of expected returns and as such are assumed to be more stable than Markowitz's traditional mean-variance portfolio. In 2016, Lopéz de Prado presented the Hierarchical Risk Parity (HRP), a new approach to portfolio construction which combines hierarchical clustering of assets with a heuristic risk-based allocation strategy in order to increase stability and improve out-of-sample performance. READ MORE

  4. 4. Evaluation of a Portfolio in Dow Jones Industrial Average Optimized by Mean-Variance Analysis

    University essay from KTH/Matematisk statistik

    Author : Alexander Strid; Daniel Liu; [2020]
    Keywords : applied mathematics; mean-variance analysis; modern portfolio theory; Markowitz; Dow Jones Industrial Average; quadratic optimization; portfolio optimization; tillämpad matematik; mean-variance analysis; modern portföljteori; Markowitz; Dow Jones Industrial Average; kvadratisk optimering; portföljoptimering;

    Abstract : This thesis evaluates the mean-variance analysis framework by comparing the performance of an optimized portfolio consisting of stocks from the Dow Jones Industrial Average to the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average index itself. The results show that the optimized portfolio performs better than the corresponding index when evaluated on the period between 2015 and 2019. READ MORE

  5. 5. An Empirical Study of Modern Portfolio Optimization

    University essay from KTH/Matematisk statistik

    Author : Erik Lagerström; Michael Magne Schrab; [2020]
    Keywords : Mean variance optimization; portfolio theory; asset allocation strategies; equal risk contribution; most diversified portfolio; empirical study; backtesting; Mean variance-optimering; portföljteori; allokeringsstrategier; equal risk contribution; most diversified portfolio; empirisk studie; historisk simulering;

    Abstract : Mean variance optimization has shortcomings making the strategy far from optimal from an investor’s perspective. The purpose of the study is to conduct an empirical investigation as to how modern methods of portfolio optimization address the shortcomings associated with mean variance optimization. READ MORE