PROBLEM FOR VAR AND ES
Suppose that each of two investments has a 0.9% (.009) chance of a loss of $10
million, a 99.1% chance of a loss of $1 million, and 0% chance of a profit. The
investments are independent of each other.
What is the VaR for one of
1. A fund manager announces that the funds one month 95% VaR is 6% of the size of
portfolio being managed. You have an investment of $100,000 in the fund. How do you
interpret the portfolio managers announcement?
2. A fund manager announces
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October 13, 2011
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