Two-Stage Fuzzy Portfolio Selection Problem with Transaction Costs

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Yanju Chen; Ye Wang;

This paper studies a two-period portfolio selection problem. The problem is formulated as a two-stage fuzzy portfolio selection model with transaction costs, in which the future returns of risky security are characterized by possibility distributions. The objective of t... View more
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