Expected Return Rate Determined as Oriented Fuzzy Number

Krzysztof Piasecki

Abstract

The starting point for our discussion is the present value (PV) determined by means of positive L-R fuzzy number. In this paper the information described by the so-determined PV is supplemented with a subjective forecast of the sense trend of observed current market price. This forecast is implemented in the proposed PV model, as the orientation of fuzzy number. The assumption of market price increase is described as a positive orientation of ordered fuzzy number. In analogous way, the assumption of market price decrease is described as the negative orientation of ordered fuzzy number. In this way, PV is presented as ordered fuzzy number [2]. So specified PV is used for determine the return rate which is defined as any decreasing function of PV and increasing function of future value (FV). With the obvious assumption that the FV is a random variable, determined return rate is described as ordered fuzzy random variable. At the end it is shown that the expected return rate is determined as ordered fuzzy number. The orientation of expected return rate is opposite to orientation of the PV defining it.
Author Krzysztof Piasecki (WZ / KIiN)
Krzysztof Piasecki,,
- Department of Investment and Real Estate
Pages561-566
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Pražák Pavel (eds.): 35th International Conference Mathematical Methods in Economics MME 2017 : Conference Proceedings, 2017, Gaudeamus, University of Hradec Kralove, ISBN 978-80-7435-678-0, 896 p.
Keywords in Englishpresent value, return rate, imprecision, ordered fuzzy number
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)15
Score sourceconferenceIndex
ScoreMinisterial score = 15.0, 12-03-2020, ChapterFromConference
Publication indicators WoS Citations = 2
Citation count*11 (2020-07-05)
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