A two-stage stochastic mixed-integer program modelling and hybrid solution approach to portfolio selection problems
He, Fang and Qu, Rong (2014) A two-stage stochastic mixed-integer program modelling and hybrid solution approach to portfolio selection problems. Information Sciences, 289 . pp. 190-205. ISSN 1872-6291
In this paper, we investigate a multi-period portfolio selection problem with a comprehensive set of real-world trading constraints as well as market random uncertainty in terms of asset prices. We formulate the problem into a two-stage stochastic mixed-integer program (SMIP) with recourse. The set of constraints is modelled as mixed-integer program, while a set of decision variables to rebalance the portfolio in multiple periods is explicitly introduced as the recourse variables in the second stage of stochastic program. Although the combination of stochastic program and mixed-integer program leads to computational challenges in finding solutions to the problem, the proposed SMIP model provides an insightful and flexible description of the problem. The model also enables the investors to make decisions subject to real-world trading constraints and market uncertainty.
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