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A recursive robust Bayesian estimation in partially observed financial market

Jianhui Huang (2007)

Applicationes Mathematicae

I propose a nonlinear Bayesian methodology to estimate the latent states which are partially observed in financial market. The distinguishable character of my methodology is that the recursive Bayesian estimation can be represented by some deterministic partial differential equation (PDE) (or evolution equation in the general case) parameterized by the underlying observation path. Unlike the traditional stochastic filtering equation, this dynamical representation is continuously dependent on the...

Estimation of a Regression Function on a Point Process and its Application to Financial Ruin Risk Forecast

Dia, Galaye, Kone, Abdoulaye (2009)

Serdica Mathematical Journal

2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary 60G55; secondary 60G25.We estimate a regression function on a point process by the Tukey regressogram method in a general setting and we give an application in the case of a Risk Process. We show among other things that, in classical Poisson model with parameter r, if W is the amount of the claim with finite espectation E(W) = m, Sn (resp. Rn) the accumulated interval waiting time for successive claims (resp. the aggregate claims amount) up to the...

General Laws of Adaptation to Environmental Factors: from Ecological Stress to Financial Crisis

A. N. Gorban, E. V. Smirnova, T. A. Tyukina (2009)

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

We study ensembles of similar systems under load of environmental factors. The phenomenon of adaptation has similar properties for systems of different nature. Typically, when the load increases above some threshold, then the adapting systems become more different (variance increases), but the correlation increases too. If the stress continues to increase then the second threshold appears: the correlation achieves maximal value, and start to decrease, but the variance continue to increase. In many...

Intelligent financial time series forecasting: A complex neuro-fuzzy approach with multi-swarm intelligence

Chunshien Li, Tai-Wei Chiang (2012)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Financial investors often face an urgent need to predict the future. Accurate forecasting may allow investors to be aware of changes in financial markets in the future, so that they can reduce the risk of investment. In this paper, we present an intelligent computing paradigm, called the Complex Neuro-Fuzzy System (CNFS), applied to the problem of financial time series forecasting. The CNFS is an adaptive system, which is designed using Complex Fuzzy Sets (CFSs) whose membership functions are complex-valued...

Mixing conditions for multivariate infinitely divisible processes with an application to mixed moving averages and the supOU stochastic volatility model

Florian Fuchs, Robert Stelzer (2013)

ESAIM: Probability and Statistics

We consider strictly stationary infinitely divisible processes and first extend the mixing conditions given in Maruyama [Theory Probab. Appl. 15 (1970) 1–22] and Rosiński and Żak [Stoc. Proc. Appl. 61 (1996) 277–288] from the univariate to the d-dimensional case. Thereafter, we show that multivariate Lévy-driven mixed moving average processes satisfy these conditions and hence a wide range of well-known processes such as superpositions of Ornstein − Uhlenbeck (supOU) processes or (fractionally integrated)...

Modelling financial time series using reflections of copulas

Jozef Komorník, Magda Komorníková (2013)

Kybernetika

We have intensified studies of reflections of copulas (that we introduced recently in [6]) and found that their convex combinations exhibit potentially useful fitting properties for original copulas of the Normal, Frank, Clayton and Gumbel types. We show that these properties enable us to construct interesting models for the relations between investment in stocks and gold.

Multivariate extensions of expectiles risk measures

Véronique Maume-Deschamps, Didier Rullière, Khalil Said (2017)

Dependence Modeling

This paper is devoted to the introduction and study of a new family of multivariate elicitable risk measures. We call the obtained vector-valued measures multivariate expectiles. We present the different approaches used to construct our measures. We discuss the coherence properties of these multivariate expectiles. Furthermore, we propose a stochastic approximation tool of these risk measures.

Performance of hedging strategies in interval models

Berend Roorda, Jacob Engwerda, Johannes M. Schumacher (2005)

Kybernetika

For a proper assessment of risks associated with the trading of derivatives, the performance of hedging strategies should be evaluated not only in the context of the idealized model that has served as the basis of strategy development, but also in the context of other models. In this paper we consider the class of so-called interval models as a possible testing ground. In the context of such models the fair price of a derivative contract is not uniquely determined and we characterize the interval...

Seven Proofs for the Subadditivity of Expected Shortfall

Paul Embrechts, Ruodu Wang (2015)

Dependence Modeling

Subadditivity is the key property which distinguishes the popular risk measures Value-at-Risk and Expected Shortfall (ES). In this paper we offer seven proofs of the subadditivity of ES, some found in the literature and some not. One of the main objectives of this paper is to provide a general guideline for instructors to teach the subadditivity of ES in a course. We discuss the merits and suggest appropriate contexts for each proof.With different proofs, different important properties of ES are...

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