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Exercise 1 :
Q.1
Portfolio : Probability of a total loss
return of a combination of portfolios
Let P F (b1 , a1 ) and P F (b2 , a2 ) be 2 portfolios, r1 and r2 their respective returns. A
new portfolio, denoted PM is made of a mixture of the 2 previous
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Gram Matrix of a linearly dependent family of vectors
exercise 1
E
is a Vector Space and
a bilinear form on E. The aim of the exercise is to prove
the theorem :
If
(x1 , ., xp )
are linearly dependent then
(x1 , ., xp ) = 0
question 1
let
x = (x1 , ., x
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Proof and application of the Change of Time Formula
exercise 1
In this exercise, We only use the discrete model. The proof of the Change of time
formula for an exponential growth or decay :
unit
s
t
algebraic return
s
(1 + t )s = (1 + s )t
t
is aim of thi
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HomeWork chapter 4
Market without risk free asset
Partial correction
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Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3
Exercise 4
Exercise 5
: Basic results about the Zero Model from Final Exam 2012
: Dec
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Notations : 5 points per question
Exercise 1 : Attributes of a Portfolio in a market with a risk free asset(8 q.)
Exercise 2 : Attributes after a small pert
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Correction HomeWork
about chapter 3 : Eciency
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Exercise 1 : Basic identities around the
and the CAPM
Exercise 2 : Impact of the risk free part on the CAPM identity
Exer
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Chapitre 12
Linear Approximation, Multilinear
correlation coecient
12.1 Small introduction about Hilbert spaces
The mathematical concept of a Hilbert space, named after David Hilbert, generalizes
the notion of Euclidean space. It extends the methods of ve
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Chapitre 2
The Portfolio Space
2.1 Computation of the basic attributes of a portfolio in a formal market
2.1.1 Description of a formal market
Denition 2.1 (risk free asset).
An asset is riskiness or risk free if its return over the period is perfectly kno
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Chapitre 4
Estimation of the attributes related
to a portfolios
4.1 The Table of Data
4.1.1 The Data stream
The return of the asset number j at time ti will be denotes indiscriminately rti ,j or rj,ti
There are then, several ways to display the stream o
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Chapitre 2
Eciency of a portfolio
2.1 The Mean Wealth Maximization Problem
Denition of an Ecient Portfolio, the Maximization Problem
Let (b,a) be the coordinates of a portfolio in the standard basis and (w,a) the coordinates of the same portfolio in In
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Chapitre 11
Bilinear Forms
11.1
Generalities on Bilinear forms
F is a vector space and B = (f1 , f2 , , fn ) a basis of this vector space. In all this
chapter C will be a Bilinear Form on this vector space.
11.1.1 Bilinear Form
Denition 11.1 (Bilinear For
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Chapitre 3
Black'S Zero
(1972)
3.1 The Mean Wealth Maximization Problem
2
a is an ecient portfolio with an initial wealth w0 and a given variance 0 i:
a .e = w
0
EW1 (a ) EW1 (a) (a)/
V (a) = 2
0
We recall 2 basic rules in the search of the portfolio PF
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Chapitre 11
Bilinear Forms
11.1
Generalities on Bilinear forms
F is a vector space and B = (f1 , f2 , , fn ) a basis of this vector space. In all this
chapter C will be a Bilinear Form on this vector space.
11.1.1 Bilinear Form
Denition 11.1 (Bilinear For
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Chapitre 1
Computation of the returns
1.1
Computation with constant returns
1.1.1 Return of an investment over a given period
T is the length of the period.
t0 is the beginning of this period while t0 + T is its end.
Wt0 is the wealth invested at the begi