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How to download and combine S&P 500 stock prices

I want to download historical S&P 500 stock prices and combined them into one big file, having only one column of date referencing all stocks. Here is what I have do so far. ...
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TimeSeries for non-temporal data

Mathematica introduced TemporalData in Mathematica 9. Mathematica 10 added several fantastic new TimeSeries manipulation tools ...
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Estimate parameters of the state space model

I'm using Mathematica 9 and its Control Systems functionality. I've searched the references extensively but seem not to be able to find any examples of state space model parameters estimation. All ...
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LogLikelihood function with Multivariate State Space Models

I load the packadge TimeSeries. Depending on the running Mathematica release, one should preliminary remove some built-in function with the same name, e.g.KalmanFilter, I used the following commands: ...
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Implementation of the Vector Autoregressive Model

I need to code/write a Vector Autoregressive Model VAR(p) as a function of the parameters. There is no estimation, nor Data involved, this is a "population" exercise: Assume X and Y are univariate, ...
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Making time-index dependent state-space models - where has the Kalman filter gone?

How does one now implement a discrete set of state space models? I had used KalmanFilter in the old TimeSeries application, but was keen on trying to do all this ...
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Is there an equivalent to MovingMap[] for functions that work on more than one TimeSeries?

I have a family of functions that require two TimeSeries (A and B). As a trivial example, imagine a function called beta[tsA_,tsB_] that determines the slope of the linear regression line for the ...
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Is there a convenient way to sum TimeSeries objects in Mathematica?

Imagine I have two TimeSeries objects, ...
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Plotting multiple curves with multiple axes (>2) on the same plot

I'm attempting to generate a graph that depicts mulitple time series, measured in different units (but with a common time scale) on the same graph. This is a generalization of the familiar ...
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How can I model the volatility, using a GARCH(1,1), of a time series of returns (and plot it) using Mathematica?

I know that if I use this code: tsm = TimeSeriesModelFit[ret, {"GARCH", {1, 1}}]; I can get the parameters using this: ...
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TimeSeriesForecast Forecasts

I am trying to make sure I understand how TimeSeriesForecast works. I apologize in advance for the basic nature of this question. I am using Mathematica 10. I ...
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How to investigate the seasonality of the data

After asking how to get rid of the seasonality of this set of data, I'd like to close the circle with a last question: How to detect seasonality in data using Mathematica? A generic answer (not ...
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Transfer Functions - Time Series depends on a second one

Suppose two time series ...
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Calculate the power spectral density of a Markov chain

I would like to calculate the symbolic power spectral density of a two state Markov process with a symbolic transition matrix characterised by two parameters. I have tried the below, but it doesn't ...
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Undo differences in a time series

I have estimated and ARMA process in Mathematica using data which I have had to take the 2nd difference of to remove the trend. I have managed to fit a model to the detrended data but cannot work out ...
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Time series (stochastic process) estimating parameters using characteristic function

I have a time series of assets ${A_1, A_2, ..., A_n}$, which is described by a sophisticated distribution having the following characteristic function: $\phi(u; t;\theta)$, where $\theta$ is a vector ...