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It is unlikely that combining relatively “poor” models with an otherwise “good” one will outperform the “good” model alone. 19 Regression-type combined forecast Excel spreadsheet (out-of-sample) 22 For a full discussion on the procedures, refer to Clemen (1989), Granger and Ramanathan (1984), and Hashem (1997). Applications of Advanced Regression Analysis 39 trained to recognise them. However, despite the limitations and potential improvements mentioned above, our results strongly suggest that regression models and particularly NNR models can add value to the forecasting process.
Of regression Sum squared resid. Log likelihood Durbin–Watson stat. 998650 Std. 173111 Mean dependent var. D. dependent var. Akaike info. criterion Schwarz criterion F -statistic Prob(F -statistic) Prob. 373884 variable equal to one is produced if the return is positive, and zero otherwise. The same transformation for the explanatory variables, although not necessary, was performed for homogeneity reasons. A basic regression technique is used to produce the logit model. The idea is to start with a model containing several variables, including lagged dependent terms, then through a series of tests the model is modiﬁed.
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Applied Quantitative Methods for Trading and Investment (The Wiley Finance Series) by Christian L. Dunis, Jason Laws, Patrick Naïm