CHAPTER 6: RISK AVERSION AND
CAPITAL ALLOCATION TO RISKY ASSETS
CHAPTER 6: RISK AVERSION AND
CAPITAL ALLOCATION TO RISKY ASSETS
PROBLEM SETS
4.
a.
The expected cash flow is: (0.5 $70,000) + (0.5 200,0
CHAPTER 7: OPTIMAL RISKY PORTFOLIOS
CHAPTER 7: OPTIMAL RISKY PORTFOLIOS
PROBLEM SETS
4.
The parameters of the opportunity set are:
E(rS) = 20%, E(rB) = 12%, S = 30%, B = 15%, = 0.10
From the standard
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Risk and Portfolio Management
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PCA, Dynamic PCA
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Basic investment equation
Et equity in a trading account at time t (liquidati on value)
Rit return on stock
Probability Distributions for Financial Assets
and Risk Measures
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Probability Distributions
To any portfolio, we associate a probability distribution for gain/losses over
certain time hori
What risk ?
The main risk for financial institutions is insolvency,
i.e. depletion of trading capital to the point that you have to stop operations
or are severely impaired.
Pension funds: not enough
Portfolio Theory
Risk and Portfolio Management
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Theoretical set-up
N risky assets with returns 1 , , . These are assumed to be
random variables with
= , = 2
( , )=
Investor has $1 of cap
Risk and Portfolio Management
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Principal Components Analysis and
Factors explaining stock returns
Correlation matrices in finance
ij
Corr Ri , R j
Ri
return of stock # i, i 1,., N
Estimatio
Term-structures of interest rates
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U.S. Treasury securities
U.S. Treasury issues securities on a periodic basis. This is done through auctions (wee
Homework #5
Submission date
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2
3
4
5
6
Comparative Methodologies
Using the positions in question, calculate 99%, 95% and 90% and 80% VaR using V/CV
Using the positions in question, calculate 99%, 95%
Using the positions in A6:F6, calculate 99%, 95% and 90% and 80% var using V/CV, HS, and MC.
Use an eigenvalue/eigenvector decomp
Show stand-alone 99% vars for each asset in C/CV, HS, and MC
Assume th
Using the positions in A6:F6, calculate 99%, 95% and 90% and 80% var using V/CV, HS, and MC.
Use an eigenvalue/eigenvector decomp
Show stand-alone 99% vars for each asset in C/CV, HS, and MC
Assume th
2017 HomeworMatrix Algebra in Excel
1 Compute the covariance and correlation matrices of the % changes in the dataset below, using Exc
2 Factor that covariance matrix using an eigensystem decompositio
Homework #3
Missing data as basis for Monte Carlo models in risk
1. In a spreadsheet, generate MC time series for the following:
Random walk
AR1
Mean reverting process
2. in a spreadsheet, generate 60
Homework #2
Pricing of simple bonds in Excel
Assuming that todays' date is 8/7/07, the bond has $100 notional - and using the Bloomberg screen below
1) for the following bonds, calculate
a) price at c
FINC-UB.0044 PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
Fall 2016
Sample Quiz
For questions 1-6 use the following information on the historical annualized excess returns on two
funds (e.g., ETFs). Assume the current annual
FINC-UB.0044 Portfolio MANAGEMENT
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Quiz #1 Formula Sheet
Portfolio theory (statistics):
S
S
E[ri ] p(s)ri (s) var[ri ] i2 E[(ri (s) E[ri ]) 2 ] p(s)(ri ( s) E[ri ]) 2
s 1
s 1
S
cov[ri , r j ]
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Case #1: Innovating into Active ETFs
The assignment consists of two sets of questions: (1) quantitative, Excel-based questions, which
should be completed an
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The first quiz will be on Tuesday, October 11 in class. It will be closed book and closed
notes, except for the formula sheet on the
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Case #2: ProShares Hedge Fund Replication ETF
The assignment consists of two sets of questions: (1) quantitative, Excel-based questions, which
should be com
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5. Suppose that X is a discrete random variable taking the values -1, 0, 1 with Pr(X = -1) = Pr(X = 0) = Pr(X
= 1) = 1/3. Let Y = X2. Show that Cov(X,