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Analytical derivatives for Markov switching models

Jeff Gable

Analytical derivatives for Markov switching models

by Jeff Gable

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Published by Publications Distribution, Bank of Canada in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJeff Gable, Simon van Norden, Robert Vigfusson.
SeriesWorking paper -- 95-7, Working paper (Bank of Canada) -- no. 95-7
ContributionsVan Norden, Simon., Vigfusson, Robert., Bank of Canada.
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17400664M
ISBN 100662236858

“hidden Markov models”. Markov-switching regressions were introduced in econometrics by Goldfeld and Quandt (), the likelihood function for which was first correctly calculated by Cosslett and Lee (). The formulation of the problem described here, in which all. This book is a collection of state-of-the-art papers on the properties of business cycles and financial analysis. The individual contributions cover new advances in Markov-switching models with applications to business cycle research and finance. The introduction surveys the existing methods and new results of the last : Paperback.

Derivatives Pricing. Software Development. Python. C++. QSTrader. Time Series Analysis Articles. Hidden Markov Models for Regime Detection using R. Hidden Markov Models - An Introduction. Dynamic Hedge Ratio Between ETF Pairs Using the Kalman Filter (p, q) Models for Time Series Analysis - Part 1. Autoregressive Moving Average ARMA(p, q. We consider general regime switching stochastic volatility models where both the asset and the volatility dynamics depend on the values of a Markov jump process. Due to the stochastic volatility and the Markov regime switching, this financial market is thus incomplete and perfect pricing and hedging of options are not possible. Thus, we are interested in finding formulae to solve the problem.

A Markov Model is a stochastic model which models temporal or sequential data, i.e., data that are ordered. It provides a way to model the dependencies of current information (e.g. weather) with previous information. It is composed of states, transition scheme between states, . Abstract. In this study we discuss the pricing of weather derivatives whose underlying weather variable is temperature. The dynamics of temperature in this study follows a two state regime switching model with a heteroskedastic mean reverting process as the base regime and a shifted regime defined by Brownian motion with nonzero drift.


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Abstract. This paper presents analytical gradients for a broad class of regime-switching models with Markovian state-transition probabilities. Such models are usually estimated by maximum likelihood methods, which require the derivatives of the likelihood function with respect to the parameter by: 5.

Downloadable. This paper derives analytical gradients for a broad class of regime-switching models with Markovian state-transition probabilities. Such models are usually estimated by maximum likelihood methods, which require the derivatives of the likelihood function with respect to the parameter vector.

These gradients are usually calculated by means of numerical techniques. Downloadable. This paper derives analytical gradients for a broad class of regime- switching models with Markovian state-transition probabilities.

Such models are usually estimated by maximum likelihood methods, which require the derivatives of the likelihood function with respect to the parameter vector. These gradients are usually calculated by means of numerical techniques.

Markov-switching models are not limited to two regimes, although two-regime models are common. In the example above, we described the switching as being abrupt; the probability instantly changed. Such Markov models are called dynamic models. This paper derives analytical gradients for a broad class of regime-switching models with Markovian state-transition probabilities.

Such models are usually estimated by maximum likelihood methods, which require the derivatives of the likelihood function with respect to the parameter vector. These gradients are usually calculated by means of numerical techniques.

Discussion. In this section, the relative forecasting performances of the regime switching and benchmarked models are illustrated. We apply the methods of estimation of the Value-at-Risk and of backtesting described in Section 3 on the dataset described above. We plot for all stocks their prices, historical volatility computed from one-year data over a moving window, and VaR computed.

In financial econometrics, the Markov-switching multifractal (MSM) is a model of asset returns developed by Laurent E. Calvet and Adlai J. Fisher that incorporates stochastic volatility components of heterogeneous durations. MSM captures the outliers, log-memory-like volatility persistence and power variation of financial currency and equity series, MSM compares favorably with.

Conditionally Gaussian linear state-space model, smoothing, conditionally Gaussian observed Markov switching model, double filtering based smoothing, Markov switching systems., 2 we only cite. Analytical Derivatives for Markov Switching Models Staff Working Paper Jeff Gable, Simon van Norden, Robert Vigfusson This paper derives analytical gradients for a broad class of regime-switching models with Markovian state-transition probabilities.

Abstract. This paper derives analytical gradients for a broad class of regime-switching models with Markovian state-transition probabilities. Such models are usually estimated by maximum likelihood methods, which require the derivatives of the likelihood function with respect to the parameter vector.

This book is a collection of state-of-the-art papers on the properties of business cycles and financial analysis. The individual contributions cover new advances in Markov-switching models with applications to business cycle research and finance.

The introduction surveys the existing methods and new results of the last decade. Request PDF | Analytic Derivatives for Linear Rational Expectations Models | This paper sets out the analytic solution for the calculation of exact derivatives in linear rational expectations.

In our Regime Switching Financial Friction model (RS-FF), we allow for two possible regimes: one regime (high-FF) with a high monitoring costs—implying a high sensitivity of the spread to the net worth position—and another regime (low-FF) with a low monitoring costs and low sensitivity of spread to leverage.

am The estimation results for this model is reported last in Table 9, and the data. Markov switching models in classical performance and risk analysis. We apply such models for strategies based on US stocks and compare an extension of the standard four-factor model including a new volatility factor to a Markov-switching three-factor model.

The Markov Model is a statistical model that can be used in predictive analytics that relies heavily on probability theory. (It’s named after a Russian mathematician whose primary research was in probability theory.) Here’s a practical scenario that illustrates how it works: Imagine you want to predict whether Team X will win tomorrow’s game.

The [ ]. The model () with the Markovian state variable is known as a Markov switching model. The Markovian switching mechanism was rst considered by Goldfeld and Quandt (). Hamilton () presents a thorough analysis of the Markov switching model and its estimation method; see also Hamilton () and Kim and Nelson ().

Abstract. We examine model specification in regime-switching continuous-time diffusions for modeling S&P Volatility Index (VIX). Our investigation is carried out under two nonlinear diffusion frameworks, the NLDCEV and the CIRCEV frameworks, and our focus is on the nonlinearity in regime-dependent drift and diffusion terms, the switching components, and the endogeneity in regime changes.

Hidden Markov models (HMMs) have been used to model how a sequence of observations is governed by transitions among a set of latent states. HMMs were first introduced by Baum and co-authors in late s and early (Baum and Petrie ; Baum et al. ), but only started gaining momentum a couple decades later.

HMMs. Software for Markov-switching models. Software for alternative to Hodrick-Prescott Filter. Software to reproduce examples from the book Time Series Analysis. Federal funds rate and monetary policy Affine term structure and commodity futures models. Other data and programs. Markov-switching models have become popular for modelling non-linearities and regime shifts, mainly, in univariate eco nomic time series.

This study is intended to provide a systematic and operational ap proach to the econometric modelling of dynamic systems subject to shifts in regime, based on the Markov-switching vector autoregressive model.This book contributes to re cent developments on the statistical analysis of multiple time series in the presence of regime shifts.

Markov-switching models have become popular for modelling non-linearities and regime shifts, mainly, in univariate eco­ nomic time series. This study is intended to.This book provides a broad, mature, and systematic introduction to current financial econometric models and their applications to modeling and prediction of financial time series data.

It utilizes real-world examples and real financial data throughout the book to apply the models and methods described. The author begins with basic characteristics of financial time series data before covering.