Multi-Period Optimal Asset Allocation for a Multi-Currency Hedged Portfolio
An asset allocation strategy is presented to support a fund manager who wants to outperform a constant weights, constant hedging benchmark. This strategy is a continuous time, multi-period extension of the classical one-period mean-variance optimization framework.
KeywordsTracking Error Asset Price Fund Manager Asset Allocation Portfolio Allocation
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