Stable processes in econometric time series: Are prices made out of noise?

Abstract

If the rules that regulate a market allow speculation then prices in that market become volatile. It is possible to model the fluctuations in these prices as random variables. The empirical distributions of these random variables are unusual; they are distinctly non-Gaussian. They belong to a class of distributions called Levy stable distributions and have… (More)

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