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Questions tagged [equities]

Shares of stock traded in a stock market. Equities represent the residual claim or interest of the most junior class of investors in assets, after all liabilities are paid.

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Best database source to download large number of stock prices

I am wondering what databases exists where I can download stock prices from 2006 to today with the following features 1) using Python API 2) using Bloomberg tickers (e.g. AAPL US Equity) 3) free ...
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Value-at-risk and Equity delta

How to validate value-at-risk calculation on an equity portfolio using equity sensitivities? I don't have trouble doing that for rates instruments or options but I don't know which underlying risk ...
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Looking for a paper related to tail risk of hedge funds and its decomposition

I am looking for a paper related to hedge fund tail risks (think skewness and kurtosis), decomposition of the tail risks into several components and their interactions with each other, other funds, ...
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Getting rate from a share's given futures price, with known dividend information

Question was answered well by @Ezy, thanks for his help! Full answer in the comments below my question This seems to be a basic question, but mysteriously unsolvable as far as I can see. It ...
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How to buy a stock as close to the marketopen price as possible in NSE?

I can place an order at 9.15 1s or 0s, using the API. The maximum change I can incur is +0.4%, kindly give your opinion on how I can do this? I use kite zerodha
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Most Recent Stock Return for a Machine Learning Project

I am doing a machine learning pet project that requires me to construct a column for stock return between Jan 1, 2018 and today (Dec 26, 2018). I am basically looking for the most recent annual return ...
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What is par value and how it is different from face value

I read a post that some countries has no par value so that companies are no longer obligated to pay the share capital i.e. ( par value * share outstanding). But i also read that face value (or par ...
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Tracking historical short interest

I am looking for a source of historical (more than one year) short interest in a specific equity. NASDAQ provides only one year of short interest history. I am interested in looking back 2 to 3 years. ...
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How to compare equity with different IPO dates to index

A question regarding the comparison of two share prices with an index. I would like to plot how security A and its subsidiary performed compared to an index, e.g. Stoxx Europe 600. The subsidiary ...
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Type II error share price event study

I have a question regarding the type II error for a specific event study. It is a case study (i.e. one observation) with daily share prices. I want to test whether event day abnormal returns are ...
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What are the implications of the random walk hypothesis? [duplicate]

If RW hypothesis holds true for a particular market or stock, what does it mean in terms of returns and log-returns autocorrelation and predictability? For instance, if prices are RWs, then the ...
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“J” message type in Nasdaq ITCH Totalview sample file

I am trying to parse the uncompressed file 10302018.NASDAQ_ITCH50 (from ftp://emi.nasdaq.com/ITCH/10302018.NASDAQ_ITCH50.gz). There is a strange message type "J". The spec (https://www.nasdaqtrader....
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Delta hedging with futures

If I trade a futures roll on S&P on two futures contract, say 100 contracts of dec vs mar roll. Do I have any residual delta to hedge? I see small residual $ delta, should I hedge this?
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Time series modelling of interest rates

I am currently modelling some interest rates using standard time series methods and was wondering whether one usually takes the log differences of interest rates as one does in equity modelling. My ...
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Variance Swap : dividends and rates

In a simplified world you can assume that the var swap is replicated by a continuous set of calls and puts and interest rates are equal to zero. So your PNL is only sensitive to the volatility. But in ...
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Simulating assets of different currencies

I have a situation as follows: One year call option on a Euro stock with a Euro denominated strike. Knock in feature as follows - The option can only pay out if the growth in the Euro stock over ...
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Sending order to Forex or Stocks from Python strategy

I have my own strategy developed in Python. But I couldn't find a reliable method to send, close, and modify orders using Python. Are there any tools that help order management using Python? I also ...
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Where can I download for free the entire price history of the nasdaq composite and s&p500 indices? [duplicate]

I would like the entire price history of both these indices at an end-of-day level, not intra day. Is there an R api that I can use for such an exercise?
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How to add Ticker column to Quandl API call?

I was curious how I would get this same data, but also with a column with a ticker column (e.g. FB)? https://www.quandl.com/api/v3/datasets/WIKI/FB/data.csv?&start_date=2014-01-01&end_date=...
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How is the performance measure computed here?

The image is from John C Hull Textbook titled Options, Futures and Other Derivatives ( page 407 - Ninth Edition). The table above was obtained after computing the delta of stock price, shares ...
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Delta One Trading business [closed]

I don't really know what exactly Delta One desks are doing. So I was wondering if anyone was kind enough to share any papers, articles, blogs that kind of explains Delta One trading Desks activities ...
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How does Kenneth French create the industry portfolio returns?

Kenneth Frenches Data Library includes industry portfolios. Is this done via a software of some type. I have some stock returns but I want to calculcated the returns of the industries in the ...
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Gordon's dividend valuation model: Ignoring optionality

Currently studying some papers on Behavioral Finance (the dividend puzzle), which employ some basic valuation models, calculating stock's fundamental value $P_t$. The most known is the discount of ...
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Which stock price to take for historical ratios in stock screener (EPS etc.)?

We are currently testing a stock screener that we built and want to implement historical ratios in there too - this is working already for all ratios that don't require stock prices (so all ...
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Does Academic Research Destroy Stock Return Predictability?

McLean/Pontiff (2016) give evidence that portfolio returns are 26% lower out-of-sample and 58% lower after publishing an academic paper on variables, which are likely to predict cross-sectional ...
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selecting key performance indicators for a stock

Say, I read a financial statement of a company, and it reports, maybe 20-30 metrics, both generic, like revenue, free cash flow and specific to the company, like iphone sales etc. Is there a ...
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Regarding the post-facto predictability of stock market returns

Almost all of the research on equity factor investing deals with a priori predictability of the cross-section of stock market returns (i.e., models which use variables and data that would've have been ...
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Why does computing correlation between index levels vs. percentage changes yield completely different results?

I am examining the relationship between the S&P 500 and the Industrial Production Index. Computing the correlation between these these variables yield vastly different results if expressed in ...
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Calculating excess returns

I would like to know if I am calculating these excess returns correctly. I have here an R dataframe with weekly 3-month treasury bill rates, and the arithmetic ...
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suggestion for NDX volatility index prior to 2000

NDX index is available since 1984 in Bloomberg. There's VXN index that represents the implied volatility of NDX, which is available since 2001. I need some index or series that represents implied ...
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Research on the performance of listed subsidiaries

Some countries (India, Pakistan, Nigeria, among others) seem to force multinational corporations that do business there to list the local operation on the national stock exchange and to let public ...
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How does inflation impact stock returns? Academic examples

For a literature survey in my university class, I have been asked the question "How does inflation impact stock returns?". After reading some informal articles (in periodicals/ the general internet), ...
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reconstructing Russell 2000 returns

I have a historical list of index components, so I'm just adding up market caps of those to get a proxy for the index. However, when I check it against Bloomberg, my returns are consistently higher - ...
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Bond and Stock Relationship

Is there any formulair relationship between the price of a corporate bond and the stock on the same company?
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Order books theoretical price

Suppose we have the following bid/ask spread for a particular stock: What is the theoretical value of the stock? Now suppose we have: What is the theoretical value of the stock? Now suppose a ...
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Cost of equity proper way of calculation

Dear Community members, I need to calculate cost of equity following the following description: (Please, correct me if I misinterpret the meaning) "The annualized cost of equity, re(t), is ...
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API for Earnings date

Is there any API for getting past/future earnings date for a specific symbol? I tried TDAmeritrade API, Ally and IEX, none of them provide this information yet.
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P&L Calculation of Option Strategy

I have designed a call writing option strategy, where I am rolling the options upon expiry, i.e., my portfolio consists of one short call position at any given time. I have a time series of the value ...
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Getting index sectors historical weightings from Bloomberg

I want to know how to download an index sectors' historical weightings from Bloomberg. For example, S&P 500 is comprised of Telecom Svc, Materials, Utilities, Energy, Consumer Staples, ...
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What is the impact of inflationary expectation on stock price?

It is well known that, at least theoretically, stock prices are expected to rise in an inflationary environment. Now, my question is that does the same go for inflationary expectations; for example if ...
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Simulating Taxed Equity Return Series (U.S.)

I'm looking to learn how to correctly simulate taxes on dividends and capital gains on simulated return series for U.S. Equities with dividend reinvestment. I understand I will have to keep track of ...
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Fitting hedge fund returns to probability distributions

I know that a lot of work has been done characterizing the first four moments of monthly hedge fund returns across a variety of fund types and strategies, and that work indicates that the higher ...
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Pricing a preferred share

I am looking for references for models which price preferred shares. What are the classic pricing papers?
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Exclusion of Utilites and Financials in Magic Formula

In Joel Greenblatt's magic formula, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_formula_investing, why are utilities and financials excluded? What is the reasoning behind this?
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Newey-West standard errors in Fama-MacBeth regressions

I noticed that during the recent decade most of papers, which use Fama-MacBeth regressions compute Newey-West standard errors. I tried to find detailed description of this procedure in the books on ...
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Seeking papers on multi-factor models on the equity long short hedge funds

I am seeking papers that use regression & multi-factor models for equity long-short funds. I am interested in understanding the funds' behavior and exposure to various factors using some ...
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Correlation among different sectors of the market

It is known that many sectors/industries within the stock market are correlated with each other. For example, using VIF as a measure of correlation, I have the following result: ...
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Identifying primary share class of U.S. firms and deleting excess observations

I have a fairly large dataset of CRSP firms with their daily closing prices from 2006 till 2017. I need to filter the data so that I have one daily observation per unique firm. I've identified the ...
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EOD historical data

Apologies If I'm not posting in the right area. Currently I'm using eoddata.com to get pricing data for the US market. Although not always 100% in pricing, I'm quite happy with it. There is another ...
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How to model High/Low prices for Stocks with Monte Carlo

I'm using monte carlo simulation to model stock paths and measure risk, but I was wondering if there is a way to simulate the full bar/candle chart with open, high, low and close prices , as I'm only ...