Impacts of interval measurement on studies of economic variability: Evidence from stock market variability forecasting
Ling T. He and
Journal of Risk Finance, 2007, vol. 8, issue 5, 489-507
Purpose - The purpose of this study is to investigate the impacts of interval measured data, rather than traditional point data, on economic variability studies. Design/methodology/approach - The study uses interval measured data to forecast the variability of future stock market changes. The variability (interval) forecasts are then compared with point data-based confidence interval forecasts. Findings - Using interval measured data in stock market variability forecasting can significantly increase forecasting accuracy, compared with using traditional point data. Originality/value - An interval forecast for stock prices essentially consists of predicted levels and a predicted variability which can reduce perceived uncertainty or risk embedded in future investments, and therefore, may influence required returns and capital asset prices.
Keywords: Stock markets; Economic forecasting (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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