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Using MATLAB to Develop Portfolio Optimization Models 1.0
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Using MATLAB to Develop Portfolio Optimization Models 1.0
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License: Freeware
File Size: 204.8 KB
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Using MATLAB to Develop Portfolio Optimization Models 1.0 Description
Description: A .zip file contains a series of scripts that were used in the MathWorks webinar "Using MATLAB to Develop Portfolio Optimization Models." The scripts generate 3D efficient frontiers for a universe of 44 stocks with time as the third axis. Additional scripts perform various ex-ante and ex-post analyses. Results are generated with and without market adjustments in the data. A readme.txt. file in the .zip folder describes each script and how to use it.

License: Freeware

Related: expost, Analyses, results, exante, additional, perform, Generated, describes, Script, Folder, readmetxt, market, adjustments, Stocks, quotusing, matlab, webinar

O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X

File Size: 204.8 KB

Downloads: 107

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