Investing in Agribusiness Stocks: What Lies Ahead!
The relative price of various combinations of a stock index to a commodity-related index is filtered using a Christiano-Fitzgerald (CF) filter. We find that the market is still bull for commodity-related stocks as of June 2012. The business cycles obtained from the CF filters and the NBER do not coincide.
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"The Band Pass Filter,"
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