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A reinvestment rate, ρt + . . the borrowing rate with as the difference between this rate and the reinvestment rate. We introduce two variables, vt+ , vt− as cash surplus and shortfall respectively in time period t . Then the restrictions set out below N Fi0 xi + v0 + v0− = v0+ i=1 N + Fit xi + (1 + ρt )vt−1 + vt− = Lt + vt+ i=1 + (1 + ρt + − )vt−1 , for all t = 1, . . , T capture portfolio dedication as cashflows matching with borrowing and reinvestment. For a detailed discussion of this and related topics, see Zenios (2002).
N i = 1, . . 73) Using discrete lot sizes of share purchases, it may not be possible to satisfy exactly the requirement N i=1 xi = 1. Hence, this restriction is made ‘elastic’ as in goal programming. 70) includes undershoot and overshoot variables ε− , ε+ respectively which are in turn penalized in the objective function with a high cost γ . As a consequence, in an optimum solution ε− , ε+ are made as small as possible and the fractional stock holdings xi sum to a value ‘as close as possible’ to 1.
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