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    Title: 基於深度強化學習來探索市場與資產因子於資產配置策略優化
    Exploring Portfolio Optimization Strategy with Market and Asset Factors in Deep Reinforcement Learning
    Authors: 張柏詠
    Chang, Pai-Yung
    Contributors: 胡毓忠
    Hu, Yuh-Jong
    Chang, Pai-Yung
    Keywords: 機器學習
    Machine Learning
    Deep Reinforcement Learning
    Asset Allocation
    Investment portfolio
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-03-09 18:37:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文共有三個實驗命題,命題一,研究深度強化學習模型在不同市場情境下如何應變。命題二,比較深度強化學習資產配置模型與加入市場分數之資產配置模型之風險報酬。命題三,探討加入市場分數之資產配置模型與加入無風險資產之資產配置模型差異。以三命題探索不同市場趨勢與不同資產池對於深度強化學習資產配置模型之各類比較,命題一研究顯示深度強化學習資產配置模型在市場趨勢屬於恐慌時期與熊市時皆能有效改善風險報酬率;命題二研究成果顯示將資產配置模型拆成資產分數與市場分數兩部分,能在有效降低風險同時保有一定的獲利能力,風險報酬率更勝單純資產配置模型。命題三研究成果顯示加入市場分數與於資產池中加入無風險資產之資產模型各有優缺點,然長期來看加入市場分數較能在承受相同風險條件下追求更優的獲利率。三命題皆以風險與報酬指標來比較不同資產配置模型優劣,期望能建構出穩定獲利資產配置模型。
    There are three experimental purposes in this paper. First, how will the DRL asset management model respond to different market trends? Second, compare the risk-reward of the DRL asset management model with the DRL asset management model added market score. Third, discuss the difference between the asset management model adding market scores and the asset management model adding risk-free assets. Explore various comparisons of different market trends and different asset pools for the DRL asset management model with three propositions. The results revealed that the DRL model can effectively improve the risk-reward ratio during the great depression and bear market. The research results of proposition 2 show that splitting the asset management model into two parts, the asset score and the market score, can effectively reduce risks while maintaining certain profitability, and the risk-reward ratio is better than the traditional asset management model. The research results of proposition 3 show that adding market scores and adding risk-free assets to the asset pool have its own advantages and disadvantages. However, in the long term, adding market scores can pursue better profitability under the same risk conditions.
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