Holdings of financial assets: A Markov chain analysis
This paper introduces the Markov chain model as a simple tool for analyzing the pattern of financial asset holdings over time. The model is based on transition probabilities which give the probability of switching $1 of wealth from one asset to another. An illustrative application is provided.
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Volume (Year): 1 (1982)Handle:
Issue (Month): 1 (July)
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Related researchKeywords: Financial asset holdings Markov chain maximum likelihood estimation of transition probabilities with aggregate time series data multivariate stock adjustment model
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