Fixed-Income Management for the 21st Century by Kevin Maloney, Laurence R. Smith, Andrew W. Lo, Eugene

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By Kevin Maloney, Laurence R. Smith, Andrew W. Lo, Eugene Flood, Martin S. Fridson, Yong Zhu, Christopher L. Gootkind, Asha B. Joshi, Peter J. Knez, Michael R. Asay, Dwight D. Churchill John M. Liew

Fixed-income administration has advanced out of a comparatively tame previous of laddered portfolios into considered one of latest so much dynamic components of making an investment. Shifts within the borrowing wishes of organizations and governments, the production of latest fixed-income items, and customarily decrease international rates of interest have saved managers on their ft by way of asset allocation, credits research, and benchmark composition concerns. fresh marketplace crises have resulted in an elevated emphasis on probability administration as managers and traders discover numerous how you can upload worth to fixed-income portfolios open air the normal fixed-income sectors. during this complaints, top practitioners and lecturers not just supply insights concerning the substantial photo; additionally they specialise in crafting powerful suggestions to practitioner-oriented difficulties through usually describing in enormous aspect the ways utilized by their very own agencies.

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The mismatch between the economic cycle coefficient and the economic fundamental indicated a very attractive investment opportunity from both fundamental and relative value perspectives. Based on the hybrid quantitative model, we put on a trade where the model indicated it was most attractive, betting that the economic cycle coefficient would drop. The trade position was calculated from the term-structure model so that it would be fully hedged against the movement of the other factors of the yield curve.

Examples of pure quantitative strategies include Treasuries/futures arbitrage based on termstructure models, mortgage arbitrage using option- 2002, AIMR® Hybrid Quantitative Strategies adjusted spread (OAS) and mortgage-prepayment models, and equity volatility arbitrage from volatility models. These underlying quantitative models typically are developed based on abstract risk factors (such as volatility surface) that have no clear fundamental implication. Thus, pure quantitative strategies usually are market neutral and adopt a meanreverting methodology.

50% 12/15/07 OAS the corporate spread to widen relative to the Treasury rate. To understand how these variables relate to the OAS, consider a visual analysis using GeorgiaPacific. In Panel A of Figure 2, the stock price and OAS seem to be related, although in statistical terms, this relationship is highly heteroscedastic. In other words, the dispersion gets wider as the stock price falls. Panel B of Figure 2 shows that as volatility rises, the OAS also rises and that this relationship is also highly heteroscedastic.

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