نتایج جستجو برای مدل EGARCH

تعداد نتایج: 120368  

2014
Guillaume Gaetan Martinet, Michael McAleer,

Of the two most widely estimated univariate asymmetric conditional volatility models, the exponential GARCH (or EGARCH) specification can capture asymmetry, which refers to the different effects on conditional volatility of positive and negative effects of equal magnitude, and leverage, which refers to the negative correlation between the returns shocks and subsequent shocks to volatility. Howe...

2009
Ten-Der Jane, Cherng G. Ding,

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2006
Michael W. BRANDT, Christopher S. JONES,

We provide a simple, yet highly effective framework for forecasting return volatility by combining exponential generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity models with data on the range. Using Standard and Poor’s 500 index data for 1983–2004, we demonstrate the importance of a long-memory specification, based on either a two-factor structure or fractional integration, that allows f...

2014
Michael McAleer, Christian M. Hafner,

One of the most popular univariate asymmetric conditional volatility models is the exponential GARCH (or EGARCH) specification. In addition to asymmetry, which captures the different effects on conditional volatility of positive and negative effects of equal magnitude, EGARCH can also accommodate leverage, which is the negative correlation between returns shocks and subsequent shocks to volatil...

2002
Christian Schmitt,

Various e m p i r i d studies have shown that the time-varying volatility of asset returns can be described by GARCH (generalized autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity) models. The corresponding GARCH option pricing model of Duan (1995) is capable of depicting the "smile-effect" which often can be found in option prices. In some derivative markets, however, the slope of the smile is not...

2017
Chia-Lin Chang, Michael McAleer,

In the class of univariate conditional volatility models, the three most popular are the generalized autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity (GARCH) model of Engle (1982) and Bollerslev (1986), the GJR (or threshold GARCH) model of Glosten, Jagannathan and Runkle (1992), and the exponential GARCH (or EGARCH) model of Nelson (1990, 1991). For purposes of deriving the mathematical regularit...

Journal: :Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 2014
Andrew Harvey, Genaro Sucarrat,

An EGARCH model in which the conditional distribution is heavytailed and skewed is proposed. The properties of the model, including unconditional moments, autocorrelations and the asymptotic distribution of the maximum likelihood estimator, are obtained. Evidence for skewness in conditional t-distribution is found for a range of returns series and the model is shown to give a better fit than th...

2002
Jin-Chuan Duan, Geneviève Gauthier, Caroline Sasseville, Jean-Guy Simonato,

In Duan, Gauthier and Simonato (1999), an analytical approximate formula for European options in the GARCH framework was developed. The formula is however restricted to the nonlinear asymmetric GARCH model. This paper extends the same approach to two other important GARCH specifications GJR-GARCH and EGARCH. We provide the corresponding formulas and study their numerical performance. keywords: ...

2013
Liqiang Hou, Shanlin Yang,

Original scientific paper As the stock market volatility is highly nonlinear, coupling and time varying, it is difficult to predict by the traditional forecasting methods. For explaining the existing problems of the current volatility forecasting method, we use the model based on the weighted least squares support vector regression (WLSSVR) method to predict the stock index volatility in this p...

2013
Christian HAFNER, Oliver LINTON, Christian M. HAFNER,

The EGARCH is a popular model for discrete time volatility since it allows for asymmetric effects and naturally ensures positivity even when including exogenous variables. Estimation and inference is usually done via maximum likelihood. Although some progress has been made recently, a complete distribution theory of MLE for EGARCH models is still missing. Furthermore, the estimation procedure i...

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