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Re: st: Browian Motion


From   "Roger B. Newson" <r.newson@imperial.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Browian Motion
Date   Mon, 10 Sep 2012 13:04:58 +0100

I don't claim to be principally an econometrician. However, I think the way to model "geometric Brownlan motion" for stock value data is to transform the stock values to logs and then to fit a Normal model, possibly using autoregressive and/or moving average time series.

You don't state which version of Stata you have. However, to estimate geometric means and their ratios, we frequently use the -eform()- option of -regress- (or of other packages). This is discussed in Newson (2003).

I hope this helps.

Best wishes

Roger

References

Newson R. Stata tip 1: The eform() option of regress. The Stata Journal 2003; 3(4): 445. Download from
http://www.stata-journal.com/article.html?article=st0054


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On 10/09/2012 12:49, Jason Rosenberg wrote:
Hi all
A am currently doing my thesis on the nature of stock returns in South Africa
I am attempting to program a Geometric Browian Motion fit into stata.
I have my first passage times in histogram form and would like to apply a Geometric Browian Motion fit to my data
If you care to look the distribution I am attempting to program as well as the study I am replecating then google 'Optimal Investment Horizons' Simonsen et al

Perhaps a program to determine the parameters and then one to generate the curve?

Ideally I would like to be able to fit the curve and obtain the maximum using 'ml' function.

If this is possible help would be geatly appreciated and I would of course mention your help in my thesis which has a good chance of being published as it is the first analyse of its type for the South African market.
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