# Questions tagged [returns]

The asset rate of returns is the profit on a particular investment; it includes any change in the asset value, interest, commission or dividends and so, all other cash-flows which an investors receive or pays due to the investment.

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### Ljung_Box Statistic of R and R^2 values in Return analysis

I have found a result that I find truly puzzling. Here is an extract from a GARCH-Analysis I have performed: Test______________Statistic_______p-Value Ljung-Box Test_____R Q(10)_____0.4047773 ...
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### Granger causality with stocks and CDS

I would like to take a closer look at stock prices and CDS spreads of different entities. Because both of them are nonstationary in levels, I use log stock returns and the first difference of the CDS. ...
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### Calculating annualized volatility of stock returns

Suppose I have a sequence of monthly returns of a stock, $r_1,r_2,\ldots$. Suppose further that this is an i.i.d. sequence with with finite second moments. In every paper, report, lecture note etc. ...
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### How to adjust regression for rolling returns?

I have a predictor variable (x) and dependent variable (y). Both are monthly rolling annualized returns, which naturally induces significant autocorrelation in x and y. They both also fail to be ...
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### any ideas how to get missing returns for german governement bonds, maturity bucket 10+

I am looking for a way to extrapolate monthly government bond returns (total return index) that are not available on datastream for the bucket of 10+ (maturities of 10 years and above). For the 4 ...
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### IRR of IRR or weighted average of IRR

I have a list of investments with their expected IRR(Internal Rate of Return). I'm confused about which is the right metric to depict for my population: IRR of IRR or weighted average of IRR. It's ...
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### Calculate total risk [closed]

I have a question regarding how the risk is calculated, if I have only the returns. I think the risk premium (rp) is just the average of the returns and the sharpe ratio is the risk premium divided by ...