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2020-08-28T23:52:22+05:00

P608 – Stata Codes for Measuring Financial Statement Comparability

In this project, we have developed Stata codes for the measures of Financial Statement Comparability as defined by DeFranco, Kothari and Verdi (2011). The authors first develop this measure and then test it empirically to find its determinants.

2020-08-29T00:11:45+05:00

Stata Codes for Expected Idiosyncratic Skewness and Stock Returns – P603

In this project, we have developed Stata Codes for A Skewness Prediction Model. Boyer, Mitton, and Vorkink (2010) developed a model of expected skewness that incorporates past returns and trading volume as well as known firm characteristics. In this asset pricing model, they try to explain excess stock returns using trading volume, lagged skewness, and a set of control variables such as firm size, exchange dummy, stock momentum, and industry dummies as explanatory variables.  What is included in our code?

2020-08-29T00:26:29+05:00

Stata Codes | Absolute Strength Momentum in Stock Returns

We document a new pattern in stock returns that we call absolute strength momentum. Stocks that have significantly increased in value in the recent past (absolute strength winners) continue to gain, and stocks that have significantly decreased in value (absolute strength losers) continue to lose in the near future

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Step-by-Step: Portfolio Risk in Stata and Excel

Portfolio Risk in Excel To build our concept of the portfolio risk, we shall calculate it first manually in EXCEL, then we shall replicate the results using matrix notations in Stata. Consider the following set of returns [...]

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