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Input sensitivity is a well-documented problem with meanvariance optimization and is the most likely reason that more portfolio managers do not use the Markowitz paradigm, in which return is maximized for a given level of risk. Henri Theil 35 Estimated H-index: Download PDF Cite this paper.
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Step-by-dtep equity allocation with index of economic freedom—A Black-Litterman equilibrium approach. Application of robust statistics to asset allocation models. Cited 13 Source Add To Collection.
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