Time and nodal decomposition with implicit non-anticipativity constraints in dynamic portfolio optimization
We propose a decomposition method for the solution of a dynamic portfolio optimization problem which fits the formulation of a multistage stochastic programming problem. The method allows to obtain time and nodal decomposition of the problem in its arborescent formulation applying a discrete version of Pontryagin Maximum Principle. The solution of the decomposed problems is coordinated through a fixed- point weighted iterative scheme. The introduction of an optimization step in the choice of the weights at each iteration allows to solve the original problem in a very efficient way.
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