16. Portfolio Management formula 1 finances

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MIT 18.S096 Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance, Fall 2013 View the complete course: Instructor: Jake Xia This lecture focuses on portfolio management, including portfolio construction, portfolio theory, risk parity portfolios, and their limitations. License: Creative Commons BY -NC-SA More information at More courses at.

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40 comments

kebman 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Variance: σₚ² = w̄¹⋅z^≡⋅w̄ (I give up)

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kebman 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

12:00 Lacking cryptocurrencies!!11 xD (I know it was shot in 2013)

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kebman 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Special Cases: I wonder if you could use this as a measure of surprise (i.e. a calculation based on entropy).

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farid husen 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

How can I get more of such a video?

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farid husen 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Well explained.

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C J 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Im learning portfolio management while doing the dishes…thank you uploader!

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oly o 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

good info you do not ramble on and repeat the same thing over and over. thank you!

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Financial Faiz 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

This is excellent. And its all for free!

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Troy 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Thankyou very much Jake and MIT OCW, brilliant applications and formulas, great lecture

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Swat 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Way more confusing then it needs to be LMAO.

all you need is assets that give you cash flow to pay for your monthly expenses = retired.

If you’re monthly expenses is $6000/mo to live comfortably… then you need an asset that gives you net $6000 per month like a 4 unit apt building.

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Hưng Nguyễn 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

to conclusion, diversify your portfolio

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Hưng Nguyễn 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

observe => build models => observe again

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D C 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Im so fucking high

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Manoharan Ramachandran 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

People who wrote Bitcoin : 100% should be smiling at this video now 🙂

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D P 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

This is so stupid. It does not apply to real business. Life is x. It is a variant. You cant control it. These are all just precise estimates. No need to calculate.

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jordan desmet 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Funny how someone’s entire understanding of market dynamics can be obliterated by a “meme”.

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Jumbo Jaberi 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

2022
I would add crypto to that list 10:39

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erich kraetz 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

excellent professor, thanks for sharing

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kim young 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Jake, you are wonderful

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liam richard 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

thanks for sharing this wonderful information

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richard wilson 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

nice information, thanks for sharing

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Lester Chua 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

If you follow the formulae 60 stock 40 bonds, you should not be investing in either.

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RUSHIKESH KAMBLE 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Good One Professor learnt much more

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Matowix 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

You lost me early on

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J A 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

@43:20 can MIT not get a whiteboard for their classrooms? This is ridiculous.

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Indie Guvenc 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

how to make absolutely nothing over the long run

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Jennifer Oviawe 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Financial aid office:Jennifer you owe
Me: Sssshut up it's free.

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Billy Smith 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Computers i.e bench mark like SP -500 index funds beat most portfolio mangers some thing like 80% of the time .

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eniac78 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Anyone have a link to the playlist for the entire course?

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Mei Bing 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Very nice. 59:58 "We have not talked about liquidity". Well, not today's lecture – but in the real world its the most important variable of all.

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Olvin Fuentes 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

100% options

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Jonathan Terranova 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

And now cryptocurrency.

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mysiak 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

7:37 we know what you did there 😀

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Syfo Diaz, Jedi Master 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

What does this proffesor think about blockchain tech?

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VaegaTV 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

cash should be below 0 on return, since it loses value due to inflation which again lies below the interest rate of banks

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Felipe Zapata 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

i have a question, maybe is a stupid question but i wanna make it anyways. Why cash is just on the Return axis? with inflation u can have stander deviation. Actually i was thinking to put cash on the negative Return, bc inflation is heavy this days

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Gideon Dave 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Chi

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John Robinson 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

Great lecture, great handwriting.

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Anshuman Srivastava 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

The teacher is great!, but sadly the subject itself is trash.

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T Mo 26/02/2022 - 3:28 Chiều

'Bitcoin', is not a 'coin' nor is it a 'currency'. 'Intrinsically', it is worth less than air- and ACTUALLY pollutes it [Bitcoin 'mining' consumes lots of energy, and it's actually not 'mining' at all, it's a waste of energy].

To buy in, you pay with 'fiat' currency, lets say.. US Dollars. You will also pay a fee in US Dollars to have an amount of US Dollars 'converted' to Bitcoin. That money will be tied up until you 'sell' it or 'convert' it back. You will be charged a fee for this action as well.

The price of Bitcoin goes up as more people buy in to it with fiat given the supply remains the same. That is what gives it its value, people paying fiat for 'Bitcoin'. 'Fiat' is vital to the propagation of 'Bitcoin'. That's how it is appraised- its appraisal is in fiat itself, making it extremely redundant and wasteful. This happens despite many energy shortages exist around the world and many people struggle to stay warm.

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