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Periodic strategies in optimal execution with multiplicative price impact

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  • Daniel Hern'andez-Hern'andez
  • Harold A. Moreno-Franco
  • Jos'e Luis P'erez

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In this work we study the optimal execution problem with multiplicative price impact in algorithm trading, when an agent holds an initial position of shares of a financial asset. The inter-selling-decision times are modelled by the arrival times of a Poisson process. The criterion to be optimised consists in maximising the expected net present value of gains of the agent, and it is proved that an optimal strategy has a barrier form, depending only on the number of shares left and the level of asset price.

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  • Daniel Hern'andez-Hern'andez & Harold A. Moreno-Franco & Jos'e Luis P'erez, 2017. "Periodic strategies in optimal execution with multiplicative price impact," Papers 1705.00284, arXiv.org, revised May 2018.
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