Real Time Investments with Adequate Portfolio Theory


The objective of this paper is to identify investment decision makingschemes using the adequate portfolio model. This approach can be employed to project investment in stocks, using the opportunities offered by the markets and investor intelligence. It was decided to use adequate portfolio theory for investment decision making, simulation of financial markets, and optimisation of utility function. The main conclusion of article suggests investigating return on individual portfolio level. Real investment is a way to make sure of the soundness of applicable strategies.


investments; adequate portfolio; Markowitz theory; utility function; uncertainty

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Published : 2015-02-26

Kvietkauskienė, A. (2015). Real Time Investments with Adequate Portfolio Theory. Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review, 2(4), 85-100. Retrieved from

Alina Kvietkauskienė
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University  Lithuania

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