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spec=ugarchspec(variance.model = list(model="gjrGARCH",garchOrder=c(1,1)),mean.model = list(armaOrder = c(0,0)))
fit<-ugarchfit(spec,Momentum.daily$WML)

garch<- unlist(sigma(fit),recursive = TRUE)

names(garch)<-paste("Garch-o-")

Momentum.126day.Var<-rollapply(log(Momentum.daily$WML+1)^2,126,sum,by=1)
Momentum.126day.Var<-Momentum.126day.Var^0.5
Momentum.126day.Var<-as.xts(Momentum.126day.Var[1:22665], order.by=Momentum.daily$date[127:22791] )



Momentum.21day.Var<- rollapply((log(Momentum.daily$WML+1)^2),22,sum,by=1)
Momentum.21dayfut.Var<-as.xts(Momentum.21day.Var, order.by = Momentum.daily$date[22:22791])
Momentum.21dayfut.Var<-Momentum.21dayfut.Var^0.5

so these are the ingredients for my regression(of course i transformed them to monthly volatilitys and matched them in a matrix). I want to regress the future 22 day realized volatility (Momentum.21dayfut), on the lagged 126 day return volatility and my Garch estimated volatility. However, My Garch coefficients are correct but i think sigma(fit) isn't the correct estimate for the Garch estimates of my sample.

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Thats what im trying to do. Is sigma(fit) (fit is my ugarchfit outcome) the estimated volatility of the sample, constructed by my Garch coefficients? Or do i have to calculate the volatility for each point in time with my coefficients ?

2nd question: Since i need monthly estimates for my linear regression, can i just divide my 126day realized volatility by 6^0.5 and multiply my Garch volatility with 21^0.5 ?

Thanks for your help !

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