Capital distribution and portfolio performance in the mean-field Atlas model
We study a mean-field version of rank-based models of equity markets such as the Atlas model introduced by Fernholz in the framework of Stochastic Portfolio Theory. We obtain an asymptotic description of the market when the number of companies grows to infinity. Then, we discuss the long-term capital distribution. We recover the Pareto-like shape of capital distribution curves usually derived from empirical studies, and provide a new description of the phase transition phenomenon observed by Chatterjee and Pal. Finally, we address the performance of simple portfolio rules and highlight the influence of the volatility structure on the growth of portfolios.
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- Tomoyuki Ichiba & Vassilios Papathanakos & Adrian Banner & Ioannis Karatzas & Robert Fernholz, 2009. "Hybrid Atlas models," Papers 0909.0065, arXiv.org, revised Apr 2011.
- Robert Fernholz & Tomoyuki Ichiba & Ioannis Karatzas, 2013. "A second-order stock market model," Annals of Finance, Springer, vol. 9(3), pages 439-454, August.
- Robert Fernholz & Tomoyuki Ichiba & Ioannis Karatzas, 2013. "A second-order stock market model," Papers 1302.3870, arXiv.org.
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