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Samantha Komosinski 10/02/14 Homework 2 PART 1 1. 2. 3.
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Samantha Komosinski 10/02/14 Homework 2 My stock has a weakly positive correlation between its risk premiums compared to that of SP500 in the market. My stock presents data with many outliers, which shows some volatility. 4.
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Samantha Komosinski 10/02/14 Homework 2 The residuals of my stock kept a relatively constant rate over the 4 years. PART 2: 1. There are seasonal fluctuations for Product A. 2.
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Samantha Komosinski 10/02/14 Homework 2 All plots are almost identical in data and seasonal aspects. Plots one and two are similar in their trends, but different than three and four, which are similar to
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Unformatted text preview: each other in their trends. Plots one three and four have very similar remainders, while plot two’s remainders are completely different. 3. 4. Samantha Komosinski 10/02/14 Homework 2 Having an outlier does not have a very large impact on the seasonally adjusted data. Also, the placement of the outlier does not have a very significant impact on the data. Even though it does add a reoccurring rise, it isn’t as significant as the already present seasonal ups and downs....
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