Dynamic cointegration and relevant vector machine: the relationship between gold and silver
We use the Relevant Vector Machine, a technique of supervised learning introduced by Tipping (2001), to conduct a dynamic cointegration analysis on the time series of the price of gold and silver over the period 1971-2004. Unlike the results of traditional cointegration analysis, this study reveals that there is a dynamic long run relationship over the whole period
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