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The impact of the time horizon upon the risk of equity investments is still a controversial issue. In this paper, we analyse long-term risk in a portfolio insurance framework based on option pricing theory. The insurance strategies are implemented alternatively with a portfolio of stocks and put...
Asymmetric portfolio insurance strategies have become increasingly popular in practice. We show that a combination of investments in bonds and call options allows for more flexible strategies than the traditional portfolio insurance based on investments in put options and their underlying...
In this paper we investigate the relation between statistical tracking error measures and assetallocation restrictions expressed as admissible weight ranges. Typically, tracking errors arecalculated as annual standard deviations of return differentials between tracking portfolio andbenchmark. In...