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revised How can I calculate the Cumulant-Generating Function in Matlab?
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Jan
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answered Multifractal Model, Generating Sample Paths with Correlations between Assets
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reviewed Reviewed How to create charts in WPF finance applications?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between Option Adjusted Spread (OAS) and Z-spread?
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reviewed Looks OK How does Interactive Broker's historical data compare to other alternatives?
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reviewed Reviewed How to check if a timeseries is stationary?
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reviewed Reviewed How to simulate stock prices using variance gamma process?
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reviewed No Action Needed Typical risk aversion parameter value for mean-variance optimization?
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reviewed No Action Needed Mapping symbols between tickers, Reuters RICs and Bloomberg tickers
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Dec
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comment Calculating and interpreting cumulative returns is R
@SBS Probably there is a require(TTR) missing. ROC() calculates discrete returns and you convert back with the exponential. You should correct that. Further more, if you model the price directly, try to reduce the sigma. You could also try something like seq(100,100.95,by=0.05) just to get started...
Dec
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answered What does “primary calendar” mean?
Dec
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comment What is the right group of durations?
Do you mean the set of Ito Processes with constant coefficients? They will be proportional to $e^{R(t+W_t)-R^2t/2}$ of course and I think the "link" gets lost here because of the $R^2$-term. One more point: If you take $R_+^*$, it is only a group with the operation $*$, not with $+$. Semantically, when refering to duration, we measure the difference of time points. Of course, when using $+$, the group property and therefore the exponential as a homomorphism is lost. Thats why I asked about "group of durations"...