How can we help?
Our group, StataProfessor, provides paid help in the estimation and application of empirical methods in finance and allied disciplines. So far, we have completed a number of projects. Our core competence is in Stata® programming and statistical analysis. Regarding the nature of the help we provide, we cooperate with researchers throughout the data management, data processing, writing and implementing Stata codes for analysis, or auxiliary analysis that supervisors/donors may ask for.
It is important to note that we do not help in thesis write-up or proofreading of the thesis or any other illegal or unethical practices. We believe in students’ learning, hence we help in the application of empirical methods in finance, develop relevant Stata® codes, share those codes with the student/researchers, and then enable them to apply the relevant steps on their own. So the process is more like paid tuition or paid personal tutor in learning and application of empirical methods in finance, rather than like paid essay-writing or paid help in doing someone’s class assignment.
We have completed a decent number of projects related to asset pricing models, mutual funds performance evaluation, persistence in mutual funds returns, implied cost of equity models, earning management models, momentum portfolio profits, herding behavior models, dynamic panel data models, and others. To see our portfolio of completed projects, click on the ‘Completed Projects’ link above.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: Will this paid help negatively interfere with my learning process?
Absolutely not. In fact, our previous experiences have shown that our clients actually learn faster and more effectively through working with us. We not only provide customized Stata/Excel codes for specific tasks, but also teach our clients how to perform these tasks themselves. This creates a hands-on learning opportunity where they can ask questions and gain a deeper understanding of the techniques being used. Unlike other websites that offer illegal services like pre-written essays, we prioritize our clients’ learning and growth by not just providing final results, but also sharing the codes used for statistical analysis. This ensures that no crucial learning opportunity is missed during the research process.
Q2: Do I need to submit my actual data?
While we highly recommend providing actual data, it is not a mandatory requirement. We understand the importance of protecting the confidentiality of both our clients and their data. By using actual data, we can ensure that the statistical analysis is directly relevant and that any necessary data preparation and cleaning is completed before analysis. However, if you prefer not to share your data, we can still create codes using dummy data that you can apply to your own data. Either way, we respect your privacy and confidentiality.
Q3: How long does it take to finish the analysis?
The duration of the project usually depends upon how quickly we get and prepare the data for the final analysis. It also depends upon the nature of analysis and the number of steps involved. Our previous experience indicates that it takes almost from one week to three weeks’ time to complete a project.
Q4: What is the estimated completion time for the analysis?
The duration of the project varies based on several factors, including the speed of receiving and preparing the data, the complexity of the analysis, and the number of steps involved. Based on our previous experiences, it typically takes anywhere from one to three weeks to complete a project.
Q5: What is the preferred method of payment?
We accept payment through bank transfer and PayPal, whichever method is convenient and less costly for a customer.
Q6: Do I get suggestions related to methods and tests?
We do provide suggestions on best practices and leave the final decision to the researchers.
Q7: What is the policy for refunds?
Before starting a project, if a customer wishes to cancel, we will refund the full amount, minus any bank or PayPal transfer fees. Once the project has commenced, refunds are not available. Additionally, after we have shared the paid data with the customer, refunds cannot be granted.
Q8: Are the codes and programs shared with the customers for personal use?
Yes, the codes, techniques, programs, macros, and other materials provided during the project are for personal use only and cannot be shared with others, including friends, supervisors, or the general public, through any means such as email or the internet.
Q9: What types of statistical analysis can you assist with using Stata?
We can provide custom help in a wide range of statistical analysis using Stata, including descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, ANOVA, and more. Our main specialty is in the implementation of finance models and techniques, including asset pricing models, cost of equity models, earnings management techniques, momentum strategies, technical analysis, panel data models, dynamic panel data models, and more. Our team of experts is equipped to handle various research methods and can work with you to find the best solution for your needs.
Q10: What is the process for getting started with a project? A: To get started with a project, simply reach out to us with a brief description of your research goals and the data you have available. Our team will then work with you to develop a project plan and timeline, and answer any questions you may have.
Paid Help Pricing
We charge fairly affordable prices when compared to the complexity and number of steps involved in data cleaning, data preparation, and estimation of the relevant empirical models in finance. The following are our price lists for a single model and bundle offers.
Data Cleaning and Management
Raw data needs proper cleaning, merging with other data sets to create the desired set of variables, and usually reshaping from wide format to long. For example, to test a standard asset pricing model such as Fama and French model, one needs to merge financial and share price data, t-bills rates, and market index data before the rest of the analysis. We provide such services for $50 or Rs. 5000
Price of a Single Model
If data is already in ready to use format, then the standard rate is $100 or Rs. 10,000 for a single model. However, the rate might vary with complexities e.g., comparisons of models in two or three different markets, comparisons of models in different economic conditions, or estimating a model on two different time frequencies such weekly and monthly. For each such additional step of analysis, an additional $50 or Rs. 5000 will be charged. Examples of single model definitions are given below:
▬ Application of CAPM using cross-sectional regressions (Fama and Mcbeth, 1973) or time-series regression (Jensen, 1983)
▬ Fama and French three-factor (1993) or Fama and French five-factor (2015) model
▬ Carhart (1997) four-factor model
▬ Event studies models using the market model
▬ Momentum portfolio returns
▬ Panel Data models
▬ Models used in earning management research such as Jhones model, Kanzik model, Dechow et al, and Kothari model
▬ Mutual fund performance evaluation using factor models
▬ Time-series analysis including co-integration, GARCH/ ARACH/ VECM/ VAR, etc.
▬ Implied Cost of Equity models
▬ 2SLS and GMM regressions
▬ Credit risk models, Merton Model, KMV-Merton model
You can ask for a quote through email if a desired model/method is not mentioned in the above list. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
In the bundle offer list, the service fee charged per table/model declines significantly. For example, if you choose to follow the methodology of a given paper and want to replicate the results of a table that has 10 different regressions, then the pricing formula is as follows:
▬ Fixed $100 plus $30 for each regression / variation
The bundle offer reduces the price per model from $100 to $65 if there are two models / variations in the analysis; to $55 if there are four models, and so on. This offer is best for Ph.D. and MS level students as the rigor in empirical analysis lend significant support to the hypotheses being tested from a whole lot of angles.
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Misconception about the paid help
Every now and then, we receive odd requests, such as requests for ready-made proposals, thesis write-up, paper write-up as a ghostwriter, and so on. As before, here we want to clarify that we do not entertain any such requests. Our paid help is only related to writing Stata and Excel codes, data provision, data management, and guidance on selecting appropriate analytical tools. We do not do any of the following activities: doing students’ assignments, writing a thesis, conducting a literature review, developing hypotheses, selling ready-made results, publishing papers for others, or any other activity that might negatively affect students’ learning.