Pengaruh Inflasi terhadap Strategi Optimal Investasi dan Konsumsi dengan Model Stokastik

Dara Irsalina, Retno Budiarti, I Gusti Putu Purnaba


The aim of this study is to investigate an optimal investment-consumption strategy under inflation rate with interest rate is described by Cox-Ingersol-Ross (CIR) model and volatility of the stock price is defined by Heston’s volatility model. A dynamic programming principle is used to obtain a Hamilton Jacobi Bellman (HJB) equation for the value function and choose a power utility function as utility function. The explicit solution of optimal investment and consumption are acquired with using separate variable and approach variable technique. The parameter’s values are approached by Euler-Maruyama method and Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method. Assumed that the portfolio of the investor contains a risk-free asset and a risk asset. Monthly historical data of TLK stock is used as risk asset and monthly historical data of BI 7-Day (Reverse) Repo Rate (BI7DRR) is used as risk-free asset, we obtain that the proportion of investment in stock is directly proportional to return of stock and the inflation rate does not have an impact on proportion investment in the stock. Meanwhile the optimal consumption of wealth is directly proportional to investor’s wealth and inversely proportional with inflation rate, which is the investor should consume less money of his wealth when the inflation rate increases.


dynamic programming; optimal control; investment-consumption; CIR; Heston

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