ARCH, GARCH and Time-Varying Variance
To this point, we have considered non-stationary means, but strictly speaking, non-stationarity could apply to any of the moments of a random variable: the mean, variance, skewness, kurtosis, etc… Finance especially is concerned with the non-stationarity of variance.
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