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The term structure of the risk-return tradeoff

John Y. Campbell

The term structure of the risk-return tradeoff

by John Y. Campbell

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments -- Mathematical models.,
  • Stocks -- Mathematical models.,
  • Bonds -- Mathematical models.,
  • Rate of return -- Mathematical models.,
  • Asset allocation -- Mathematical models.,
  • Risk -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Y. Campbell, Luis M. Viceira.
    SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 11119, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 11119.
    ContributionsViceira, Luis M., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3477202M
    LC Control Number2005616863

    We re-examine the risk-return tradeoff in the U.S. equity market by allowing for time variation in the tradeoff and estimating conditional variance by the new mixed data sampling method.   The term structure of interest rates and the direction of the yield curve can be used to judge the overall credit market environment. A flattening of the yield curve means longer-term rates are.

    "The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff." Financial Analysts Journal. Campbell and Viceira () - The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff. Universiteit / hogeschool. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Vak. Econometrics for Economics (EBBA05) Geüpload door. Jeroen Achterhof. Academisch jaar. /

    John Campbell and Luis Viceira. “Long-Horizon Mean-Variance Analysis: A User Guide, Appendix for "The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff".” Financial Analysts Journal. The Impact of Longevity Risk on the Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff, Rivista di Politica Economica, Work in Progress The Bank Entry Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission, with Stephen A. Karolyi and Stefan Lewellen.


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"Measuring and modeling variation in the risk-return tradeoff.". Changes in investment opportunities can alter the risk-return tradeoff of bonds, stocks, and cash across investment horizons, thus creating a ``term structure of the risk-return tradeoff.'' We show how to extract this term structure from our parsimonious model of return dynamics, and illustrate our approach using data from the U.S.

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This term structure can be extracted from a parsimonious model of return dynamics, as is illustrated with data from the U.S. stock and bond markets. The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff John Y. Campbell and Luis M. Viceira1 Recent research in empirical finance has documented that expected excess returns on bonds and stocks, real interest rates, and risk shift over time in predictable ways.

Furthermore, these shifts tend to persist over long periods of time. Get this from a library. The term structure of the risk-return tradeoff. [John Y Campbell; Luis M Viceira; National Bureau of Economic Research.].

The sign of the intertemporal risk-return relation is related to daily market returns. • It is weak or negative (significantly positive) following positive (negative) returns. • The asymmetry in the risk-return tradeoff is consistent with aggregate mispricing.

• The estimated relative risk aversion parameter is affected by a price. Downloadable (with restrictions). We re-examine the risk-return tradeoff in the U.S. equity market by allowing for time variation in the tradeoff and estimating conditional variance by the new mixed data sampling method.

The main finding is that the risk-return tradeoff is strongly time-varying with the state of the market and the average of the time-varying tradeoff estimates is The term structure of the risk-return tradeoff. By Luis M. Viceira John Y. Campbell. Abstract. Recent research in empirical finance has documented that expected excess returns on bonds and stocks, real interest rates, and risk shift over time in predictable ways.

Furthermore, these shifts tend to persist over long periods of time. In the empirical finance literature, findings on the risk-return tradeoff in excess stock market returns are ambiguous. In this study, I develop a new qualitative response (QR)-generalized autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity-in-mean (GARCH-M) model combining a probit model for a binary business cycle indicator and a regime-switching GARCH-M model for excess stock market return with.

The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff. By John Y. Campbell and Luis Viceira. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. Recent research in empirical finance has documented that expected excess returns on bonds and stocks, real interest rates, and risk shift over time in predictable ways.

Get this from a library. The term structure of the risk-return tradeoff. [John Y Campbell; Luis M Viciera; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "Recent research in empirical finance has documented that expected excess returns on bonds and stocks, real interest rates, and risk shift over time in predictable ways.

Furthermore, these shifts. Risk-return-off Thus, there is a conflict between long-term and short-term financing Short-term financing is less expensive than long-term financing.

but, at the same time, short-term financing involves greater risk than long-term financing. involves a trade-off between risk and return. This trade-off may be further explained with the help of. Second, we explore the implications for asset allocation.

Changes in investment opportunities have the important implication that the risk-return tradeoff of bonds, stocks, and cash may be significantly different across investment horizons, thus creating a “term structure of the risk-return tradeoff.

Changes in investment opportunities can alter the risk-return trade-off of bonds, stocks, and cash across investment horizons, thus creating a term structure of the risk-return trade-off.

This term structure can be extracted from a parsimonious model of return dynamics, as is illustrated with data from the U.S. stock and bond markets. Campbell JY, Viceira LM. The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Tradeoff. Financial Analysts Journal.

;61 (1)  Changes in investment opportunities can alter the risk-return tradeoff of bonds, stocks, and cash across investment horizons, thus creating a ``term structure of the risk-return tradeoff.'' We show how to extract this term structure from our parsimonious model of return dynamics, and illustrate our approach using data from the U.S.

stock and.The Term Structure of the Risk-Return Trade-Off Return Dynamics in a VAR Model To describe the dynamic behavior of asset returns, we use a simple, flexible statistical model, the first-order VAR process, or VAR(1).

This model starts with a set of assets or asset classes that can enter the portfolio and whose returns we are trying to model.