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Should I use GARCH volatility or standard deviation in cross-sectional regression?
I want to do a cross-sectional study where the historical, medium-long run volatility of some return series (call it $R_t$) is included as a regressor. Which of the following two estimates of ...
Dec 9 '12 at 13:23
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