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Mathematical Models in Portfolio Analysis

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Mathematical Models in Portfolio Analysis
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740303704
Number of pages: 110

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This book explains portfolio modelling in financial mathematics as a consistent mathematical theory with all steps justified. The topics include mean-variance portfolio analysis and capital market theory. The book contains many examples with solutions. Linear algebra rather than calculus is used as foundation for portfolio analysis; this approach is more conceptual and helps to avoid tedious calculations.

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