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|linley||2:59pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
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FCC STATEMENT This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any,@terferencereceived, including interference that may cause undesired o-tion. Whing: Changes or modifications to this u& not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/N technician for help. Shielded cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the Class B FCC limits.
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T start using your Digital Video Camera, follow these simple steps. o See the main user guide on CD for the full documentation for the
VCAMNOW 2.0. It is installed on your computer as part of the
installation process. T read the complete user guide, please go to o Start -> Programs -> VCamNow 2.0 -> User Guide.
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Financial Market Volatility:
From ARCH and GARCH to High-Frequency Data and Realized Volatility
2006 Zeuthen Lectures
University of Copenhagen December 6-8, 2006 Tim Bollerslev Duke University and NBER (i) Volatility Modeling: A Brief Historical Perspective (ii) High-Frequency Data and Realized Volatility (iii) Current Themes and New Directions
Volatility Modeling: A Brief Historical Perspective
C Volatility Clustering C Why Care? C ARCH and GARCH Models C Stochastic Volatility Models C Two Fallacies in Volatility Measurement and Modeling C High-Frequency Data and Realized Volatility
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 1
C Long history of seeing speculative returns as approximately serially uncorrelated over short (daily or weekly) horizons
C Random walk (Martingale) model
C Weak form efficiency C Old view Variance of (and rt ) constant
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S & P 0 , D a ily R e t u r n s
C Old view of constant variance/volatility obviously violated C Volatility clusters in time
. large changes tend to be followed by large changes, of either sign, and small changes tend to be followed by small changes.
Mandelbrot (1963, J. Business)
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M S F T , D a ily R e t u rn s
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E u ro / D o lla r, D a ily R e t u r n s
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U.K. consol prices, 1729-1957
Brown, Burdekin and Weidenmeir (2006, Journal of Financial Economics)
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 5
C Old literature mainly concerned with rationalizing (fat-tailed) unconditional return distributions Stable Paretian distribution
Mandelbrot (1963, J. Business) Fama (1965, J. Business)
Praetz (1972, J. Business) Blattberg and Gonedes (1974, J. Business)
Mixture-of-Distributions Hypothesis (MDH)
Clark (1973, Econometrica) Tauchen and Pitts (1983, Econometrica)
C But, volatility clustering suggests that the conditional return distributions are timevarying
C Why do/should we care?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 6
C Volatility/risk is central to finance Sign forecasting and market timing Risk measurement and management Asset and option pricing Portfolio allocation .
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 7
C Sign Forecasting and Market Timing
Andersen, Bollerslev, Christoffersen and Diebold (2006, Handbook of Economic Forecasting)
Same mean but
Bankruptcy (assets < liabilities) Credit risk
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 8
C Risk Measurement and Management Value-at-Risk (VaR) Specific quantile in loss/return distribution Basel Accord I and II
1% One-Day VaRs
Standard historical VaR correct on average, but.
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C Option Pricing
Bollerslev and Mikkelsen (1999, Journal of Econometrics)
Black-Scholes assumes constant
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C Asset Pricing CAPM
Consumption-based CAPM Multi-factor (APT) models
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 11
C Portfolio Allocation Mean-variance efficient portfolios
18.0% 16.0% 14.0% 12.0% 10.0% 8.0% 6.0% 4.0% 2.0% 0.0% 0.0%
Stocks Bonds Real Estate Commodities
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 12
C Volatility clusters in time C Volatility crucially important for finance C But how to predict as opposed to merely measure volatility? Need a statistical model ARCH/GARCH and Stochastic Volatility models
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 13
C Standard time series model
Conditional mean Conditional variance
C Allow the conditional mean and the conditional variance to both depended non-trivially on t-1 But how?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 14
C AutoRegressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity - ARCH
Engle (1982, Econometrica)
C ARCH(q) Model Rolling sample variance
More weight to recent observations
But, we need a well-defined statistical model as opposed to merely a measure of volatility
In practice, large q and (too) many alphas
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 15
C Generalized ARCH, or GARCH
Bollerslev (1986, J. of Econometrics)
Simple GARCH(1,1) typically works well
GARCH(1,1) implies ARMA(1,1) for
Squared returns serially correlated
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 16
Daily S&P500 returns and one-day-ahead GARCH(1,1) 95% confidence bands, or 2.5% VaR
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Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 17
C Extensions and Refinements Volatility persistence Conditional error distributions Variance-in-mean effects Volatility asymmetries Multivariate models .
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 18
C Incomplete list of Models and Acronyms
ARCH GARCH IGARCH GARCH-t Log-GARCH TS-GARCH ARCH-M AGARCH EGARCH A-GARCH NGARCH QARCH STARCH TGARCH GJR-GARCH QTARCH NA-GARCH V-GARCH A-PARCH SWARCH PGARCH H-GARCH FIGARCH FIEGARCH Aug-GARCH HYGARCH. Engle (1982) Bollerslev (1986) Bollerslev and Engle (1986) Bollerslev (1987) Geweke (1986), Milhj (1987), Pantula (1986) Taylor (1986), Schwert (1989) Engle, Lilien and Robins (1987) Engle (1990) Nelson (1991) Bera, Higgins and Lee (1992) Higgins and Bera (1992) Sentana (1992) Harvey, Ruiz and Sentana (1992) Zakoian (1994) Glosten, Jagannathan and Runkle (1993) Gourieroux and Monfort (1992) Engle and Lee (1993) Engle and Lee (1993) Ding, Granger and Engle (1993) Hamilton and Susmel (1994) Bollerslev and Ghysels (1996) Hentschel (1995) Baillie, Bollerslev and Mikkelsen (1996) Bollerslev and Mikkelsen (1996) Duan (1997) Davidson (2004)
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Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 20
Stochastic Volatility Models
C GARCH is a discrete-time model Largely empirically motivated and ad hoc
C Finance theory often cast in continuous-time Continuous-time random walk
Black-Scholes and many other pricing formula But, of course, F is not constant
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 21
C Time-varying diffusive volatility
C First generation models Cox-Ingersoll-Ross (CIR) model: Constant Elasticity of Variance (CEV): Soundly rejected empirically
C Allow F(t) to follow a separate stochastic process But how?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 22
C GARCH diffusion
Nelson (1990, Journal of Econometrics)
Diffusion limit of GARCH(1,1)
C Heston model
Heston (1993, Review of Financial Studies)
Like an AR(1) model for Closed form options prices
C Log-volatility model
Like an EGARCH model
C Multi-factor models
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 23
C Estimation and inference for SV models generally much harder than for ARCH/GARCH models is latent not available in closed form
Simulated methods of moments, EMM, Bayesian MCMC, characteristic function approach,. Reprojection methods, particle filters,.
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 24
C In spite of the empirical successes of the ARCH/GARCH/SV class of models mainstream academic finance has been relatively slow to adapt the ideas. Why? C Two related fallacies It is trivial to accurately measure volatility given high-frequency data Existing volatility models generally provide poor forecasts, so why bother?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 25
It is trivial to measure volatility
C Continuous-time random walk
Merton (1980, Journal of Financial Economics)
Over discrete time-intervals, )
Sample mean (MLE) based on n=h/ returns over (t-h,t]
Estimation of mean return/drift is hard and depends primarily on the span of the data
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 26
Sample variance (uncentered) based on n=h/ returns over (t-h,t]
Estimation of volatility is easy given high-frequency data
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 27
C But, of course, F(t) is time-varying
Nelson (1992, Journal of Econometrics) Nelson and Foster (1994, Econometrica)
Sample variance estimator (uncentered) with n=h/ returns over (t-h,t]
Double asymptotic consistency (continuous sample paths of (t) )
Hard to mimic in practice
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 28
Single asymptotic and efficiency improvements by weighting
Elegant theory, but doesnt work with actual high-frequency data
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 29
C GARCH(1,1) estimates for different values of n
S&P500 returns, n = 2 (half-day),., 80 (5-minute)
n 2 T@n 79,280 39,640 19,820 15,856 9,910 7,928 4,955 3,964 1,982 "(n) 0.140 0.180 0.223 0.230 0.053 0.048 0.148 0.060 0.108 $(n) 0.837 0.765 0.664 0.630 0.935 0.940 0.764 0.890 0.798 "(n)+$(n) 0.977 0.945 0.887 0.861 0.988 0.988 0.912 0.951 0.906 Half-Life (minutes) 2,213 2,1,376 1,397
Andersen and Bollerslev (1997, Journal of Empirical Finance)
Estimates for "n and $n and implied half-lives vary erratically with n Why?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 30
C Practical market microstructure complications Price discreteness Bid-ask spreads Non-synchronous trades/quotes Intraday volatility patterns
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 31
Intraday volatility patterns Intraday seasonality Intraday periodicities Diurnal patterns Circadian rhythm
The bull and bears are marking their territories they`re leading the blind with their international glories Hong Kong is present Taipei awakes all talk of circadian rhythms
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 32
C Practical estimation or filtering of spot volatility from highfrequency data is not as easy as suggested by the MertonNelson theory/intuition
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 33
Volatility models provide poor forecasts
C GARCH(1,1) (and other volatility models) typically provides a good in-sample fit
But, is it really a good model for volatility forecasting?
C Mincer-Zarnowitz style ex-post forecast evaluation regression Realization t = b0 + b1 Forecast t|t-1 + ut C Volatility forecasting
Typically very low R2.0.05 Seemingly suggests poor forecasts
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 34
Cumby, Figlewski and Hasbrouch (1993, Journal of Derivatives)
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 35
Jorion (1995, Journal of Finance)
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 36
Pagan and Schwert (1990, Journal of Econometrics)
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 37
C Low R2s from Mincer-Zarnowitz ex-post forecast regression
Simulated continuous-time GARCH(1,1) model
3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.2000 2500
is an extremely noisy measure of the true ex-post volatility
C So how do you measure volatility?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 38
C Stochastic volatility model
Variance of Integrated volatility/variation
3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.IV 2000 2500
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 39
C Standard volatility models are good at forecasting IVt+t
C But, how do you measure the integrated volatility in practice?
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 40
C Latent integrated volatility
C Realized volatility from high-frequency data
C Theory of quadratic variation
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 41
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 42
C Nice theory, but does it work with actual high-frequency data? Yes!
C By measuring the variation over non-trivial daily (and longer) time-intervals the realized volatility avoids Intraday volatility patterns, or circadian rhythms Double asymptotic required for consistently estimating F(t)
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 43
C Mincer-Zarnowitz forecast regression with daily squared returns
R2 = 0.047 Theory R2 = 0.063
Andersen and Bollerslev (1998, International Economic Review)
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 44
C Mincer-Zarnowitz forecast regression with daily realized volatility
R2 = 0.479 Theory R2 = 0.495
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 45
Same GARCH(1,1) forecasts, different ex-post volatility measures
C Yes, standard volatility models do provide good forecasts when properly evaluated
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 46
C Volatility of speculative returns cluster in time C Volatility is crucially important for financial risk management and asset pricing C ARCH/GARCH models provide a simple discrete-time statistical framework for modeling and forecasting time-varying volatility C Continuous-time stochastic volatility models are often more convenient to work with from a theoretical asset pricing perspective C Continuous-time/spot volatility is not easily extracted from high-frequency data due to a host of practical market microstructure complications C The realized volatility concept provides simple model-free measures of volatility over non-trivial time intervals
Zeuthen I, 6/12/06 - 47
C Theory of realized volatility Intuition Asymptotic distribution C Distribution of realized volatility Practical data considerations Empirical distributions C Modeling and forecasting realized volatility AR-RV model Why does it work? C Jumps Power and bi-power variation AR-RV-J model
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