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|Title:||Portfolio effects of Cryptocurrencies during the Covid 19 Crisis|
de la O. González, M
|Citation:||In: Billio, M & S. Varotto (eds.). A New World Post COVID-19. Venice, Italy : Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing, 2020. pp. 149 - 154.|
|Abstract:||We investigate the performance of optimised three asset portfolios comprised of stocks, bonds and a cryptocurrency or gold for the period immediately before and during the Covid 19 financial crisis. We compare the performance of these portfolios with a two-asset cash portfolio comprised of stocks and bonds. Cryptocurrencies have the potential to control risk as most portfolios that include cryptocurrencies consistently experienced risk no greater than 50 basis points above the risk experienced by cash portfolios. However, there is no free lunch. While three asset portfolios can control risk, they also have a lower return per unit of risk.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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