A second-order stock market model
A first-order model for a stock market assigns to each stock a return parameter and a variance parameter that depend only on the rank of the stock. A second-order model assigns these parameters based on both the rank and the name of the stock. First- and second-order models exhibit stability properties that make them appropriate as a backdrop for the analysis of the idiosyncratic behavior of individual stocks. Methods for the estimation of the parameters of second-order models are developed in this paper.
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- Mitchel Y. Abolafia (ed.), 2005. "Markets," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 2788.
- Tomoyuki Ichiba & Vassilios Papathanakos & Adrian Banner & Ioannis Karatzas & Robert Fernholz, 2009. "Hybrid Atlas models," Papers 0909.0065, arXiv.org, revised Apr 2011.
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