Time Series Models: Further Topics
>Economic time series often exhibit strong seasonal variation. For example, an investor in mortgage-backed securities might be interested in predicting future housing starts, and these are usually much lower in the winter months compared to the rest of the year.
KeywordsARIMA Model Residual Correlation Multivariate Time Series ARMA Process Heteroskedasticity Consistent Standard Error
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