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Genetic Programming in Statistical Arbitrage

Genetic Programming in Statistical Arbitrage

Genetic Programming in Statistical Arbitrage. Philip Saks PhD Seminar 17.10.2007. Contents. Introduction Genetic Programming Clustering of Financial Data Data Framework Results Conclusion. Introduction.

By lindsey
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Ch. 25 PORTFOLIO RETURN MEASURES I. Single period A. Holding period return (over period t) 	r t = Dividend yield

Ch. 25 PORTFOLIO RETURN MEASURES I. Single period A. Holding period return (over period t) r t = Dividend yield

Ch. 25 PORTFOLIO RETURN MEASURES I. Single period A. Holding period return (over period t) r t = Dividend yield + capital gains yield = D t /P 0 + (P t - P 0 )/P 0 = (P t + D t - P 0 ) / P 0 where r t = return earned during period t

By luka
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Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)

Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)

Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). Assumptions Investors are price takers and have homogeneous expectations One period model Presence of a riskless asset No taxes, transaction costs, regulations or short-selling restrictions (perfect market assumption)

By emilia
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Modelling transformations accounting for fixed capital

Modelling transformations accounting for fixed capital

AUM 2012, May Cambridge. Modelling transformations accounting for fixed capital. Csaba Deák São Paulo SP, 2012 May 21. Rent theory, marginalism and the equilibrium assumption. Urban process is transformation

By shae
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Chapter 8 and 9

Chapter 8 and 9

Chapter 8 and 9. Efficient Market Hypothesis and Behavioral Finance. Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH). Do security prices reflect information ? Why look at market efficiency Implications for business and corporate finance Implications for investment. Random Walk and the EMH.

By sabin
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Pricing Risk

Pricing Risk

Pricing Risk. Chapter 10. Outline. Measuring risk and return Expected return and return Variance Realized versus expected return Empirical distribution of returns The risk return tradeoff Computing average returns and volatility of returns from historical data

By caden
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5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%

5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%

5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%. 9. W e =.55; W d =.45;P 0 =43; D 1 = 1.30; g=3% R e =?; C r = 7%; YTM=6.8%; T=34% ; . 11. WACC=? EBIT=2mln; T=34%; R e = 14; D=4mln; R d =9% Vl =10,788571.43. 12. EBIT=300,000; 100000sh*18; D=600,000; Intr =8%; ROE=?.

By kezia
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a joint work with … Devraj Basu EDHEC Business School Alexander Stremme Warwick Business School

a joint work with … Devraj Basu EDHEC Business School Alexander Stremme Warwick Business School

Sail with Hedge Funds in the Storm? A New Approach Daniel Chi-Hsiou Hung Durham Business School Durham University http://www.dur.ac.uk/d.c.hung. a joint work with … Devraj Basu EDHEC Business School Alexander Stremme Warwick Business School. Introduction. overview. literature. theory.

By kaia
(187 views)

Investments and Portfolio Analysis

Investments and Portfolio Analysis

Investments and Portfolio Analysis. This lecture: Real vs Nominal Interest Rate Risk & Return, and Portfolio Mechanics. Real vs. Nominal Rates and Risk. Intuitively real rate = nominal rate - expected inflation Formally Rate guarantees nominal or real? expectations vs . realizations

By daire
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Evaluating Portfolio Performance

Evaluating Portfolio Performance

Evaluating Portfolio Performance. Chapter 22. Evaluating Performance. A portfolio manager analyzes the investment opportunities and decides on what to invest in…then forms the portfolio After some time, need way to measure how well the portfolio did and how good the manager’s decisions were

By dakota
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(5). EFN and Capacity Usage (overhead 27). Suppose Rosengarten is operating at 80% capacity: 1. sales at full capacity 1000/.8=1250 2. What is the capital intensity ratio at full capacity? 3300/1250 =2.64 3. What is EFN? 300-185=115 565-450=115

By maina
(195 views)

Variations on Minimum Variance

Variations on Minimum Variance

Variations on Minimum Variance. Ruben Falk, Capital IQ Quantitative Research. March 2011. Agenda. Quick overview of the tools employed in constructing the Minimum Variance (MinVar) Portfolio

By annot
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Experiment

Experiment

Experiment. Here is an experiment that demonstrates Ferson’s point (see Ferson, Sarkissian and Simin, Journal of Financial Markets 2 (1), 49-68, February 1999)

By ovidio
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EMPRICIAL EVIDENCE : CAPM AND APT

EMPRICIAL EVIDENCE : CAPM AND APT

EMPRICIAL EVIDENCE : CAPM AND APT. (Asset Pricing and Portfolio Theory). Contents. Arbitrage Pricing Theory How can the CAPM be tested by using time series approach by using cross sectional approach Fama and MacBeth (1973) approach. Arbitrage Pricing Theory. CAPM : Time Series Tests.

By heinz
(199 views)

The Macroeconmic Consequences of Financial Imperfections

The Macroeconmic Consequences of Financial Imperfections

The Macroeconmic Consequences of Financial Imperfections. 指導老師: 黃介良 博士 分組組員: 695515058 陳誌原 695515046 林宏彥 695515025 胡竣盛 694515006 彭鈺珺. Introduce. The discussion so far has focused on the microeconomic approach to banking

By presley
(85 views)

Chapter 21

Chapter 21

Chapter 21. EVALUATION OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT. Chapter 21 Questions. What are some methods used to evaluate portfolio performance? What are the differences and similarities between the various portfolio performance measures? What are clients’ major requirements of their portfolio managers?

By elsa
(210 views)

Capital Market Theory (Chap 9,10 of RWJ)

Capital Market Theory (Chap 9,10 of RWJ)

Capital Market Theory (Chap 9,10 of RWJ). 2003,10,16. Returns. Dollar returns: terminal market value – initial market value Percentage returns=dollars returns/initial market value Dividend yield=dividend at end of period / present price Capital gain= price change of stock / initial price

By dermot
(138 views)

Quantitative Stock Selection

Quantitative Stock Selection

Global Asset Allocation and Stock Selection. Quantitative Stock Selection. Campbell R. Harvey Duke University National Bureau of Economic Research. Quantitative Stock Selection 1. Introduction. Research coauthored with Dana Achour Greg Hopkins Clive Lang.

By jui
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Credit Risk

Credit Risk

Credit Risk. Yiling Lai 2008/10/3. Outline. Introduction Credit Ratings Historical Default Probabilities Recovery Rates Estimating Default Probability from Bond Prices Comparison of Default Probability Estimates. Introduction.

By braima
(236 views)

5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%

5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%

5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%. 9. W e =.55; W d =.45;P 0 =43; D 1 = 1.30; g=3% R e =?; C r = 7%; YTM=6.8%; T=34% ;. 11. WACC=? EBIT=2mln; T=34%; R e = 14; D=4mln; R d =9% Vl =10,788571.43. 12. EBIT=300,000; 100000sh*18; D=600,000; Intr =8%; ROE=?.

By ralph
(96 views)

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