HFT – High frequency risk drivers

(Last Updated On: March 24, 2017)
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2.1 “Did you know?”

  • AR, MA, ARMA, ARIMA processes and their multivariate counterparts can be reduced to, or approximated as, a VAR(1) process [Comment]
  • Hidden Markov models are the hidden-factor generalization of Markov chains and mixture models  [Comment]
  • Unlike stock prices, bond prices cannot be used as risk drivers, because their convergence to the face value disrupts any econometric analysis [Comment]
  • Minimum Relative Entropy generalizes Maximum Likelihood estimation [Comment]
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