Growth optimal investment with threshold rebalancing portfolios under transaction costs
Kozat, Süleyman S.
2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing
8717 - 8721
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We study how to invest optimally in a stock market having a finite number of assets from a signal processing perspective. In particular, we introduce a portfolio selection algorithm that maximizes the expected cumulative wealth in i.i.d. two-asset discrete-time markets where the market levies proportional transaction costs in buying and selling stocks. This is achieved by using 'threshold rebalanced portfolios', where trading occurs only if the portfolio breaches certain thresholds. Under the assumption that the relative price sequences have log-normal distribution from the Black-Scholes model, we evaluate the expected wealth under proportional transaction costs and find the threshold rebalanced portfolio that achieves the maximal expected cumulative wealth over any investment period. © 2013 IEEE.
Buying and selling stocks
Proportional transaction costs
Financial data processing