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Strategic mean-variance investing under mean-reverting stock returns

@inproceedings{Jarner2022StrategicMI,
  title={Strategic mean-variance investing under mean-reverting stock returns},
  author={S{\o}ren Fiig Jarner},
  year={2022}
}
In this report we derive the strategic (deterministic) allocation to bonds and stocks resulting in the optimal mean-variance trade-off on a given investment horizon. The underlying capital market features a mean-reverting process for equity returns, and the primary question of interest is how mean-reversion effects the optimal strategy and the resulting portfolio value at the horizon. In particular, we are interested in knowing under which assumptions and on which horizons, the risk-reward… 

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