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Ultra high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise

Yacine AiМ€t-Sahalia

Ultra high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise

by Yacine AiМ€t-Sahalia

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Time-series analysis.

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    StatementYacine Ait-Sahalia, Per A. Mykland, Lan Zhang.
    SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 11380, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 11380.
    ContributionsMykland, Per A., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3478271M
    LC Control Number2005618273

    I see that term tossed around a lot, in articles relating to HFT, and ultra high frequency data. It says at higher frequencies, smaller intervals, microstructure noise is very dominant. What is. High-frequency trading is an algorithm-based computerized trading practice that allows firms to trade stocks in milliseconds. Over the last fifteen years, the use of statistical and econometric methods for analyzing high-frequency financial data has grown exponentially.

    Estimation of the integrated volatility is possible with the efficient rate sqrt(n) (with n the number of observations, in a high-frequency setting), when jumps have a degree of activity (or Blumenthal-Getoor index) less than 1: this is well established, and for this one can use truncated realized volatility or multipower variations. Andersen, T. G. and T. Bollerslev (), \Heterogeneous Information Arrivals and Return Volatility Dynamics: Uncovering the Long-Run in High-Frequency Returns," Journal of Finance, 52, { Andersen, T. G. and T. Bollerslev (a), \Answering the Skeptics: Yes, Standard Volatility Models do Provide Accurate Forecasts," International.

    Ultra High Frequency Volatility Estimation with Dependent Microstructure Noise. NBER Working Papers ; Cambridge, MA, USA: National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Papers ; Cambridge, MA, USA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Cited by: 2. Handbook of Modeling High-Frequency Data in Finance is an essential reference for academics and practitioners in finance, business, and econometrics who work with high-frequency data in their everyday work. It also serves as a supplement for risk management and high-frequency finance courses at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels.


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Yacine Ait-Sahalia & Per A. Mykland & Lan Zhang, "Ultra High Frequency Volatility Estimation with Dependent Microstructure Noise," NBER Working Papers. Ultra High Frequency Estimation with Dependent Microstructure Noise Article in SSRN Electronic Journal (1) November with 84 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

"Ultra high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise," Journal of Econometrics, Elsevier, vol. (1), pagesJanuary. Yacine Ait-Sahalia & Per A. Mykland & Lan Zhang, Get this from a library.

Ultra high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise. [Yacine Aït-Sahalia; Per A Mykland; Lan Zhang]. Get this from a library. Ultra high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise.

[Yacine Aït-Sahalia; Per A Mykland; Lan Zhang; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. The consistency of these estimators hinges on increasingly finer sampled high-frequency returns.

In practice, however, the prices recorded at the very high frequency are contaminated by market microstructure noise. We provide a theoretical review and comparison of high-frequency based volatility estimators and the impact of different types of Cited by: 7.

Aït-Sahalia Y., Mykland P.A., Zhang high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise J. Econometrics, (1) (), pp. Google ScholarAuthor: Z. Merrick Li, Roger J.A. Laeven, Michel H. Vellekoop. To the best of our knowledge, this work is the first volatility study in high frequency trading by using big data analytics.

It not only provides a fast and more accurate volatility estimation in high frequency trading, but also has its significance in finance theory and trading : Henry Han, Maxwell Li.

Download Citation | Dependent Microstructure Noise and Integrated Volatility Estimation from High-Frequency Data | We develop econometric tools to analyze integrated volatility with potentially.

Estimators of Integrated Volatility That are Robust to the Presence of High-Frequency Market Microstructure Noise The other approach to dealing with the microstructure noise issue is to design estimators that explicitly control for and potentially even eliminate its effects on volatility estimates.

References Abrahams, J. “A survey of recent progress on level-crossing problems for random Processes.” In Communications and networks: A survey of recent advances, edited by I. Blake - Selection from Financial Markets and Trading: An Introduction to Market Microstructure and Trading Strategies [Book].

In a high-frequency setting the estimation of spot volatility is much more complicated due to the presence of market microstructure noise. Overall, this causes the need for an online spot volatility estimator that filters out market microstructure noise and adapts to volatility movements by: 5.

Lan Zhang is Professor of Finance at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her research focuses on big data in finance and high frequency financial econometrics. “Ultra high frequency volatility estimation with dependent microstructure noise.” Ait-Sahalia, Y., Mykland, P.A.

and Zhang, L., Journal of Econometrics, Using volatility signature plots, we have found that the critical or optimal sampling frequency, which affords estimation of integrated volatility without incurring a penalty in the form of an upward bias caused by market microstructure noise, is considerably higher and the resulting intraday sample lengths are considerably lower, by a factor.

Modeling microstructure price dynamics with symmetric Hawkes and diffusion model using ultra-high-frequency stock data performance of the symmetric Hawkes process which is a simple model to consider for both clustering property and market microstructure noise in volatility estimation using the stock prices in the S&P The daily dynamics Cited by: 5.

Carlos A. Ulibarri and Peter C. Anselmo, A Market Microstructure Model of Ultra High Frequency Trading, Handbook of Modeling High‐Frequency Data in Finance, (), (). Wiley Online Library John B Abbink, The Portfolio Role of High-Frequency Hedge Funds, The Journal of Trading, (), ().Cited by: Ultra High Frequency Volatility Estimation with Dependent Microstructure Noise Yacine Ait-Sahalia, Per A.

Mykland, and Lan Zhang (06/05) Regression-Assisted Deconvolution Julie McIntyre and Leonard A. Stefanski (05/05) A Dynamic Supply-Demand Model for Electricity Prices Manuela Buzoianu, Anthony E. Brockwell, Duane J.

Seppi (05/05). Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Abstract. We introduce the financial economics of market microstructure to the financial econometrics of asset return volatility estimation. In particular, we derive the cross-correlation function between latent returns and market microstructure noise in several leading microstructure environments.

Ait-Sahalia, Y and Mykland,L, “Ultra High Frequency Volatility Estimation with Dependent Microstructure Noise”, Journal of Econometrics (1),pp Amihud and son, “Asset Pricing and the Bid Ask Spread”, Journal of Financial Economics, 17,pp.

Duration-Based Volatility Estimation 1Often additional information may be available, such as the depth of the order book and size of trans-actions, etc. We do not consider procedures which draw on such auxiliary information. microstructure noise in ultra high-frequency data. Consequently, most implementations of.We offer an original way to analyse at the various high frequency streams of information originating from financial markets and to provide simple intuitive models that closely mirror reality.

We observe empirical data and report some of its stylized facts and propose models to capture these facts. In chapter 1, we review the basic definitions and properties of electronic exchanges.Asset prices observed in financial markets combine equilibrium prices and market microstructure noise.

In this paper, we study how to tell apart large shifts in equilibrium prices from noise using high frequency data. We propose a new nonparametric test which allows us to asymptotically remove the noise from observable price data and to discover jumps in fundamental asset values.