A mean-variance frontier in discrete and continuous time

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Bekker, Paul A.;
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The paper presents a mean-variance frontier based on dynamic frictionless investment strategies in continuous time. The result applies to a finite number of risky assets whose price process is given by multivariate geometric Brownian motion with deterministically varyin... View more
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