A multivariate model of strategic asset allocation
Campbell, John Y.
Chan, Yeung Lewis
Viceira, Luis M.
|Source||Journal of financial economics, v. 67, (1), 2003, JAN, p. 41-80|
|Summary||We develop an approximate solution method for the optimal consumption and portfolio choice problem of an infinitely long-lived investor with Epstein-Zin utility who faces a set of asset returns described by a vector autoregression in returns and state variables. Empirical estimates in long-run annual and post-war quarterly U.S. data suggest that the predictability of stock returns greatly increases the optimal demand for stocks. The role of nominal bonds in long-term portfolios depends on the importance of real interest rate risk relative to other sources of risk. Long-term intlation-indexed bonds greatly increase the utility of conservative investors. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.|
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