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Arbitrage and optimal portfolio choice with financial constraints

Helmut Elsinger

Arbitrage and optimal portfolio choice with financial constraints

by Helmut Elsinger

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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

    Neoclassical financial models provide the foundation for our understanding of finance. This chapter introduces the main ideas of neoclassical finance in a single-period context that avoids the technical difficulties of continuous-time models, but preserves the principal intuitions of the subject. The starting point of the analysis is the formulation of standard portfolio choice problems.A. This article extends the standard continuous time financial market model pioneered by Samuelson () and Merton () to allow for insider information. 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 (). constraints. Instead, I will focus on one prototypical example - restrictions category, dealing as it does with rules for optimal portfolio choice by an individual. The CAPM can be neatly classified as belonging to the latter, 3 Prominent arbitrage-based theories in financial .

      Arbitrage pricing theory (APT) is an alternative to the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) for explaining returns of assets or portfolios. It was developed by economist Stephen Ross in the s. 4. Complete Markets: Optimal Consumption and Portfolio Choice Textbook, Chapter 9. R. Merton (), \Optimum Consumption and Portfolio Rules in a Continuous Time Model", Journal of Economic Theory 3, { J. Cox and C.-f. Huang (), \Optimal Consumption and Portfolio Choices when.


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Arbitrage and optimal portfolio choice with financial constraints by Helmut Elsinger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Helmut Elsinger & Martin Summer, "Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio Choice with Financial Constraints," Working Pap Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Austrian Central Bank). Handle: RePEc:onb:oenbwp Request PDF | Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio Choice with Financial Constraints | We analyze the pricing of risky income streams in a world with competitive security markets where investors are.

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.

Helmut and Summer, Martin, Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio Choice with Financial Constraints Cited by: 9. Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio Choice with Financial Constraints.

We relate our analysis to the optimal decision problem of an investor and show the various relations between the properties of an optimal solution to this problem and the arbitrage-free values of risky income streams. to asset pricing under portfolio constraints used in Author: Helmut Elsinger and Martin Summer.

Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio Choice with Financial Constraints Helmut Elsinger and Martin Summer. income streams in a world with competitive security markets and portfolio constraints.

The authors investigate how one can transfer concepts and pricing by a weaker concept, which is called no unlimited arbitrage. Furthermore an.

Losing Money on Arbitrage: Optimal Dynamic Portfolio Choice in Markets with Arbitrage Opportunities Jun Liu UCLA Francis A. Longstaff UCLA and NBER 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.

Chapter 10 ARBITRAGE, STATE PRICES AND PORTFOLIO THEORY PHILIP H DYBVIG Washington University in Saint Louis STEPHEN A ROSS MIT Contents Abstract Keywords 1 Introduction 2 Portfolio problems 3 Absence of arbitrage and preference-free results Fundamental theorem of asset pricing Pricing rule representation theorem 4 Various.

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 before the final convergence date.

These results have important implications for the role of arbitrageurs in financial markets. Risk/Arbitrage Strategies: A New Concept for Asset/Liability Management, Optimal Fund Design and Optimal Portfolio Selection in a Dynamic, Continuous-Time Framework Part III: A Risk/Arbitrage Pricing Theory Hans-Fredo List Swiss Reinsurance Company Mythenquai 50/60, CH.

We solve for the optimal dynamic trading strategy of an investor who faces a leverage constraint, i.e., a limitation on his ability to borrow for the purpose of investing in a risky asset.

We assume that the investor has constant relative risk aversion, and that the value of the risky asset follows a. Optimal Consumption and Portfolio Choice with Borrowing Constraints. Author links open overlay panel Jean-Luc Vila a Thaleia C-F.

HuangNon-negative wealth, absence of arbitrage, and feasible consumption plans. Rev. Financ. Stud., 1 (), pp. LaroqueAsset pricing and optimal portfolio choice in the presence of illiquid. 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. Jun Liu and Francis A. Longstaff, Losing Money on Arbitrage: Optimal Dynamic Portfolio Choice in Markets with Arbitrage Opportunities, SSRN Electronic Journal, /ssrn, ().

Crossref Jerome Detemple and Shashidhar Murthy, Equilibrium Asset Prices and No-Arbitrage with Portfolio Constraints, Review of Financial Studies, 10, 4.

The Num´eraire Portfolio and Arbitrage in Semimartingale Models of Financial Markets The growth-optimal portfolio and connection with the num´eraire portfolio 35 convex constraints on portfolio choice, as long as these arrive in a predictable manner. Thirdly, and perhaps most controversially, we drop the (NFLVR) as.

Torsten Schöneborn, Optimal Trade Execution for Time-Inconsistent Mean-Variance Criteria and Risk Functions, SIAM Journal on Financial Mathematics, /15M, 6, 1.

Even when the optimal policy is followed, the arbitrage strategy may underperform the riskless asset to have an unimpressive Sharpe ratio. Furthermore, the arbitrage portfolio typically experiences losses at some point before the final convergence date.

These results have important implications for the role of arbitrageurs in financial markets. temple and Rindisbacher () solve the portfolio choice problem of a CRRA investor whose position in one of the assets is constrained and identify the hedg-ing demand produced by fluctuations in the shadow price of the constraint.

Liu and Longstaff () study an optimal dynamic portfolio choice. Chen (), in a one-period setting, models the discrepancy between the “equilibrium price function” and the “natural” no-arbitrage price (minimum hedging cost) of a derivative security, due to portfolio constraints on the primary securities.

His equilibrium price function is defined as the maximum cost that some rational agent will. Cao, X. () Research on Optimal Investment Portfolio of Enterprise Annuity under Investment Constraints.

American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 8, doi: /ajibmYao, R. and Zhang, H. () Optimal consumption and portfolio choices with risky housing and borrowing constraints.

Review of Financial Studies, – CrossRef Google Scholar.), Optimal Optioned Portfolios with Confidence Limits on Shorrfall Constraints (Vol. 11, p. ), among others. Taking up some of the new ideas and approaches in this literature we introduce the concept of limited risk arbitrage investment management in a general [email protected]&n type securities and.