Value-at-Risk Efficient Portfolio Selection Using Goal Programming
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to apply polynomial goal programming to establish a new portfolio selection model that considers the tradeoffs between expected return and Value-at-Risk (VaR) of portfolios and the flexibility of incorporating investor's preferences. The historical data of 10 international stock markets of Pacific Rim countries were used in the empirical analysis. The results showed that the proposed model demonstrated the ability to resolve the problems of a traditional asset allocation model. The validity and fitness of the proposed model were confirmed.
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Volume (Year): 11 (2008)
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