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Screencast: The Making of 17018d5488

March 6, 2012
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Screencast: The Making of 17018d5488

The following screencast demonstrates the use of R, the quantmod R package and bash to process SPX data from 1950. An explanation on how to access a git repository that includes the plots and the R console history is also provided. This screencast prod...

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Multiple Factor Model – Building 130/30 Index

March 5, 2012
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Multiple Factor Model – Building 130/30 Index

Nico brought to my attention the 130/30: The New Long-Only (2008) by A. Lo, P. Patel paper in his comment to the Multiple Factor Model – Building CSFB Factors post. This paper presents a very detailed step by step guide to building 130/30 Index using average CSFB Factors as the alpha model and MSCI Barra

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Spurious Regression illustrated

March 4, 2012
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Spurious Regression illustrated

Spurious Regression problem dates back to Yule (1926): “Why Do We Sometimes Get Nonsense Correlations between Time-series?”. Lets see what is the problem, and how can we fix it. I am using Morgan Stanley (MS) symbol for illustration, pre-crisis time … Continue reading →

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Download and Parse NAREIT Data

March 1, 2012
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Download and Parse NAREIT Data

This is the first post of a series that describes how to download and parse specific data sets into R. These kinds of scripts can be functionalized further, but I doubt that these will ever find their way into a formal package. They are intended to be helpful to those facing similar tasks, but as

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Portfolio Optimization – Why do we need a Risk Model

February 26, 2012
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Portfolio Optimization – Why do we need a Risk Model

In the last post, Multiple Factor Model – Building Risk Model, I have shown how to build a multiple factor risk model. In this post I want to explain why do we need a risk model and how it is used during portfolio construction process. The covariance matrix is used during the mean-variance portfolio optimization

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Multiple Factor Model – Building Risk Model

February 20, 2012
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Multiple Factor Model – Building Risk Model

This is the fourth post in the series about Multiple Factor Models. I will build on the code presented in the prior post, Multiple Factor Model – Building CSFB Factors, and I will show how to build a multiple factor risk model. For an example of the multiple factor risk models, please read following references:

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Live Rolling Correlation Plot

February 19, 2012
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Open source is amazing! I cannot even start to imagine the amount of work invested in R, in firefox browser (Mozilla), or Rstudio IDE, all of which are used extensively around the globe, free. Not free as in: free sample … Continue reading →

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Multiple Factor Model – Building CSFB Factors

February 12, 2012
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Multiple Factor Model – Building CSFB Factors

This is the third post in the series about Multiple Factor Models. I will build on the code presented in the prior post, Multiple Factor Model – Building Fundamental Factors, and I will show how to build majority of factors described in the CSFB Alpha Factor Framework. For details of the CSFB Alpha Factor Framework

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R for Quants, Part I.A

February 12, 2012
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R for Quants, Part I.A

I’m teaching an R workshop for the Baruch MFE program. This is the first installment of the workshop and focuses on …Continue reading »

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piecewise regression

February 11, 2012
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piecewise regression

A beta of a stock generally means its relation with the market, how many percent move we should expect from the stock when the market moves one percent. Market, being a somewhat vague notion is approximated here, as usual, using … Continue reading →

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