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Drift dependence of optimal trade execution strategies under transient price impact

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  • Christopher Lorenz
  • Alexander Schied

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We give a complete solution to the problem of minimizing the expected liquidity costs in presence of a general drift when the underlying market impact model has linear transient price impact with exponential resilience. It turns out that this problem is well-posed only if the drift is absolutely continuous. Optimal strategies often do not exist, and when they do, they depend strongly on the derivative of the drift. Our approach uses elements from singular stochastic control, even though the problem is essentially non-Markovian due to the transience of price impact and the lack in Markovian structure of the underlying price process. As a corollary, we give a complete solution to the minimization of a certain cost-risk criterion in our setting.

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  • Christopher Lorenz & Alexander Schied, 2012. "Drift dependence of optimal trade execution strategies under transient price impact," Papers 1204.2716, arXiv.org, revised Mar 2013.
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    2. Roman Gayduk & Sergey Nadtochiy, 2016. "Endogenous Formation of Limit Order Books: Dynamics Between Trades," Papers 1605.09720, arXiv.org, revised Jun 2017.
    3. Dirk Becherer & Todor Bilarev & Peter Frentrup, 2015. "Optimal Asset Liquidation with Multiplicative Transient Price Impact," Papers 1501.01892, arXiv.org, revised Apr 2017.
    4. Alexander Schied & Elias Strehle & Tao Zhang, 2015. "High-frequency limit of Nash equilibria in a market impact game with transient price impact," Papers 1509.08281, arXiv.org, revised May 2017.
    5. Dirk Becherer & Todor Bilarev & Peter Frentrup, 2016. "Optimal Liquidation under Stochastic Liquidity," Papers 1603.06498, arXiv.org, revised Nov 2017.
    6. Roman Gayduk & Sergey Nadtochiy, 2015. "Liquidity Effects of Trading Frequency," Papers 1508.07914, arXiv.org, revised May 2017.
    7. Dirk Becherer & Todor Bilarev & Peter Frentrup, 2017. "Stability for gains from large investors' strategies in M1/J1 topologies," Papers 1701.02167, arXiv.org, revised Mar 2018.

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