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Quantile‐frequency analysis and spectral measures for diagnostic checks of time series with nonlinear dynamics

Ta‐Hsin Li

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C, 2021, vol. 70, issue 2, 270-290

Abstract: Nonlinear dynamic volatility has been observed in many financial time series. The recently proposed quantile periodogram offers an alternative way to examine this phenomena in the frequency domain. The quantile periodogram is constructed from trigonometric quantile regression of time series data at different frequencies and quantile levels, enabling the quantile‐frequency analysis (QFA) of nonlinear serial dependence. This paper introduces some spectral measures based on the quantile periodogram for diagnostic checks of financial time series models and for model‐based discriminant analysis. A simulation‐based parametric bootstrapping technique is employed to compute the p‐values of the spectral measures. The usefulness of the proposed method is demonstrated by a simulation study and a motivating application using the daily log returns of the S&P 500 index together with GARCH‐type models. The results show that the QFA method is able to provide additional insights into the goodness of fit of these financial time series models that may have been missed by conventional tests. The results also show that the QFA method offers a more informative way of discriminant analysis for detecting regime changes in financial time series.

Date: 2021
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