A characterization of optimal portfolios under the tail mean-variance criterion

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Owadally, I.; Landsman, Z.;
(2013)

The tail mean–variance model was recently introduced for use in risk management and portfolio choice; it involves a criterion that focuses on the risk of rare but large losses, which is particularly important when losses have heavy-tailed distributions. If returns or lo... View more
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