A novel portfolio selection model in a hybrid uncertain environment
The future returns of each securities cannot be correctly reflected by the securities data in the past, therefore the statistical techniques and the experts' judgement and experience are combined together to estimate the security returns in the future. In this paper, the returns of each securities are assumed to be fuzzy random variables, then following the ideas of mean variance model a new portfolio selection model in a hybrid uncertain environment is proposed. Moreover, the [lambda]-mean variance efficient frontiers and [lambda]-mean variance efficient portfolios are defined, and the properties of [lambda]-mean variance efficient portfolios located on different [lambda]-mean variance efficient frontiers are discussed. Finally, a numerical example is presented to illustrate the proposed portfolio selection model. On the basis of the results, we can conclude that the proposed model can provide the more flexible results.
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Volume (Year): 37 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (April)
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