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Well all that you have cited seems quite all you can do with scenario maybe I can add another one which is portfolio dependent. Instead of looking to arbitrary scenarios you first decompose the factor to which you portfolio is the most sensitive to, and then look for scenarios that are specifically impacting this combination of risk factors. Anyway,...


For stocks that do not have enough data during a historical period one approach would be to use a proxy (i.e. beta * proxy returns - in case that proxy returns = 0, then your proxy is cash). Depending on the weight of the asset in you portfolio, excluding the asset from the analysis may not be a good idea even if there isn't a perfect proxy for the ...


It's more stressful than the work of a tenured professor but less stressful than the work of a postdoc.

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