Applies modern techniques of analysis and computation to the problem of finding combinations of securities that best meet the needs of the private institutional investor. Written primarily with the nonmathematician in mind, although it contains mathematical development of the subject in appendixes.
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This is a classic book, representing the first major breakthrough in the field of modern financial theory. In effect, it created the mathematics of portfolio selection in a model which has turned out to be the indispensable building block from which the theory of the demand for risky securities is constructed. It also became an essential reference for individuals and financial institutions actually selecting optimal portfolios.
Long out of print and unavailable to numerous recent entrants to both financial theory and financial practice, this new edition leaves the existing text as it stands but adds substantial new material including a new bibliography and a fascinating biographical piece on the birth of the field of finance.About the Author:
Professor Markowitz has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics 1990.
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