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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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API for fundamentals for NSE and BSE

I want APIs for accessing fundamental data of all stocks in NSE and BSE India. I have searched a lot But no luck. Any such services available please guide me. I'm looking for specifically quarterly ...
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Free intra-day equity data source

Are there any free data source for historical US equity data? Yahoo finance has daily prices but I'm looking for something more granular and goes back 2 or more years (doesn't have to be close to tick ...
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How to find out where a public company spends money?

Occasionally I will see articles about how Company X spends x dollars on A, and Company Y spends y dollars on B. Here is an ...
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DATA for Backtest

I am a retail trader and i am looking for a data set that comprehends all us equities, ETF's, ADR's and indices going back at least to January 1st 2007. Data would need to be split + dividend ...
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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 ...
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Fama and French 1997 Cost of Equity

Dear Quantitative Finance Members, I was wondering if you can clarify me the following issue. I am trying to estimate the cost of equity following "Industry costs of equity" (Fama and French, 1997). ...
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Equity short Interest data source

I'm looking for short interest data (those disclosed on 15 days basis to FINRA) As far as I know FINRA publishes only OTC data (http://otce.finra.org/ESI). Nasdaq.com contains only nasdaq traded ...
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Retrieval of MSCI factor index performance data from the web

I hope this question is on-topic. What is a convenient way to get MSCI index performance data from the web? I would be interested in daily performance data of the factor indices momentum, minvol, ...
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Cochrane on Return Predictability

Being a lover of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's work, I picked up a copy of Cochrane’s 2008 paper, The Dog That Did Not Bark: A Defense of Return Predictability and read: If returns are not predictable, ...
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Predicting portfolio returns

I suppose there are roughly two approaches to predict portfolio returns. Either predict the returns of all underlying stocks and aggregate all individual stock predictions, or predict the portfolio ...
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Is there a straightforward way to get a “family tree” for a stock?

I would like to find a way to generate what might be called a "family tree" for a stock. Given a stock symbol and a future date, I'd like a graph (either literally or represented in list or other ...
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Differences between Snowball, KIKO and TRF derivatives?

Can you explain what are some similarities and differences between snowball, KIKO (knock in knock out) and TRF (target redemption forward) derivatives?
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What is the correct way to calculate the annualized returns from rolling windows starting from monthly returns?

What is the correct way to calculate the annualized returns in 5-year rolling estimation windows starting from monthly returns? Is it most correct to first annualize the returns (using the geometric ...
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Can you use GARCH-MIDAS for intraday data?

I'm working on a project to forecast volatility and I'm using intraday data (1 min). I want to include exogenous variables to the model that have daily frequency. I was wondering if GARCH-MIDAS can be ...
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IPO Valuation: Share Pricing and Number of Shares

Does the number of shares matter for a company to go public? Suppose a company ABC went public and the initial valuation of the company shares to be sold stands at \$5000. Now, it can sell 1000 ...
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Classifying groups of stocks beyond Market Cap/Industry/Sector

I'm monitoring margin values for a portfolio and I want to classify the stocks in my universe using different metrics/information. Just for the sake of making analysis/inferences on the data I have. ...
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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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Why is it more accurate to simulate ln(S) rather than S?

Let's take a process $S$ that satisfies: \begin{equation} dS = \mu S dt + \sigma S dz \end{equation} with $dz$ a Wiener process, $\sigma$ the volatility of $S$, $\mu$ the expected return of $S$. From ...
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Data: Why is a firm stock delisted?

Shumway (1997) highlights that stock returns in cross-sectional portfolio analysis have to be adjusted for firm delistings. The CRSP database maintains a monthly delisting file (msedelist) with ...
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Realised option values. (Beginner in R/ Coding****) [migrated]

I have started playing around with R and quantmod. I want to create a dataset for realised option values on the S&P500 and compare this to the Black-Scholes estimated value for a finance class ...
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Permanent or long-term (months) market impact of large trades in stocks / equities

I need an estimate of the "permanent" long-term price impact of large institutional trades. When an investor makes a large trade, there will be a price impact due to the trade. Institutional ...
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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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How to calculate daily risk free interest rates

I'm working on an assignment in which I need to calculate excess return for six stocks plus the S&P 500. I have computed daily logarithmic returns for every stock and for the market, I now need to ...
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CRSP VW index price data (not return data) - where?

I am trying to find index price levels for the CRSP value weighted index (excl. distributions), not pre-calculated returns. I have access to WRDS, where I can download the returns on the index and ...
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Interactive Brokers - Tracking High Relative Trading Volume

I'm new to Interactive Brokers (and day trading), I am trying to setup my different charts etc. How can I have alerts/monitor for any stock that is trading at above average volume - compared to X? ...
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Algorithmic Trading: Normalization and Selection of Technical Indicators for Artificial Neural Networks [closed]

I study on algorithmic trading for a while based on technical indicators. I started to learn about neural networks and want to use technical trading indicators in this approach. However, I am not ...
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Equity Derivatives Question [closed]

I'm preparing to take a test on equity derivatives and have met with some difficulty, so I need some help on the following question: Please analyze the following share purchase plan. Assume client ...
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Historical VaR for shares in foreign currency

I'm currently studying John Hull's [1] example on historical value at risk for portfolio consisting of four stock indices. In this example Hull converts the prices of the stock indices to the home ...
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How to download bloomberg intraday data efficiently with API

so I would download a bunch of intraday data, for a bunch of securities, but we keep hitting our monthly cap limit. We don't want to upgrade to a more expensive package as this is simply a research ...
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Understanding how to calculate Hedge Fund Net Asset Value (NAV), and getting a better grasp of the business purpose of a Hedge Fund NAV [closed]

Sorry if I sound naïve, but I'm new to the financial field(especially new to quantitative finance). I've seen 2 types of definitions for NAV when I search the internet. NAV = (Assets - Liabilities) ...
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Replicating the EIOPA equity index for the symmetric adjustment of the equity capital charge in Solvency 2

My question is rather specific but I'm wondering if someone might be able to help. In the Solvency 2 framework, the equity capital charge requires to compute a symmetric adjustment which is itself ...
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How to simulate stock prices with a Geometric Brownian Motion?

I want to simulate stock price paths with different stochastic processes. I started with the famous geometric brownian motion. I simulated the values with the following formula: $$R_i=\frac{S_{i+1}-...
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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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How to measure the practicality of a market portfolio for long-term investment?

Do you believe that the composition of the market portfolio that you have found is a desirable or practical one as an investment? Explain why or why not, based on the positions of your stocks. I ...
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Machine Learning vs Regression and/or Why still use the latter?

I come from a different field (Machine learning/AI/data science), but aim to ask a philosophical question with the utmost respect: Why do quantitative financial analysts (analysts/traders/etc.) prefer ...
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Optimizing Investment Portfolio

I might be interested in optimizing an stock investment portfolio. With or without using programming, is there an article I should refer to optimize my portfolio and help me taking good investment ...
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Criteria to assess the possibility of corporate bankruptcies in U.S. equity exchange markets [closed]

Which criteria do you suggest to measure the susceptibility of bankruptcies (e.g., Chapter 11, 7) for a company in a U.S. equity exchange market (e.g., NYSE, ...
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continuous stock price

I wonder what would happen if the stock price becomes continuous? I am thinking that if that happens, everyone just places a limit bid order just above the original best bid order or limit sell order ...
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Preferred Stock pricing model

I am trying to build a model to price a preferred stock. I want to model the dividends as random payments. I can't find any papers online on the subject. Does anyone have a reference for me?
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Risk factors for derivatives on dividends

I consider pricing and risk analysis of derivatives on dividends of the members of equity indices (such as Dow Jones EuroStoxx). There are options but I focus on futures. What are the main risk ...
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Where to get historical equity data?

I have a decade of experience as a software engineer, but little quantitative finance knowledge. I have an idea for a simple trading strategy based around moving averages. In order to test it, I'd ...
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Equity repo close to money market rates?

I've noticed that the repo rate (here I mean the effective financing rate of the forward position in stock) implied from synthetic forwards is almost the same as money market benchmark (XXXibor 3M) ...
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Detecting leading stocks using lag correlation

I am working on a project to find leading stocks in a stock market by using lag correlation. Say I want to compare 2 stocks, X and Y, and I have the time series of stock prices. Assume that the ...
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General to specific approach to modelling

I am trying to find the relationship of stock indices across the world. This has been done by the literature, however, I am wondering about the methods chosen. I have decided to go with what I think ...
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Free stock split history data source?

Does anyone know of a reliable (free) source of historical stock split information? There's a YQL api for pulling down 'key stats' on a symbol but it only contains the LastSplitDate. Adjusted close ...
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Stocks listing inside a Google SpreadSheet

I would be interested to have all the stocks inside a Google Spreadsheet. The features would be the Symbol, Name, Country, Sector, Industry. An example would be ABC, AmerisourceBergen Corporation (...
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Getting a list of all trading days?

I have a large dataset (taken from Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/borismarjanovic/price-volume-data-for-all-us-stocks-etfs/), and I would like to fill in the missing data. To do that I can (1) ...
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Derivative of the stock price and volume at time t

According to Forecasting of Jump Arrivals in Stock Prices: New Attention-based Network Architecture using Limit Order Book Data at page 9, I would be interested in deriving the the price (ask and bid ...
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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 ...