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The Stochastic Discount Factor and Liquidity
"... The stochastic discount factor differs whether it is estimated with only the most liquid stocks from the one estimated with the whole sample in some years in Mexico and Chile in the period 2006 to 2012. This is evidence that there is a liquidity premium associated with stocks in these countries, whi ..."
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The stochastic discount factor differs whether it is estimated with only the most liquid stocks from the one estimated with the whole sample in some years in Mexico and Chile in the period 2006 to 2012. This is evidence that there is a liquidity premium associated with stocks in these countries
Robust stochastic discount factors
 Review of Financial Studies
, 2008
"... When the market is incomplete, a new nonredundant derivative security cannot be priced by noarbitrage arguments alone. Moreover, there will be a multiplicity of stochastic discount factors and each of them may give a different price for the new derivative security. This paper develops an approach ..."
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When the market is incomplete, a new nonredundant derivative security cannot be priced by noarbitrage arguments alone. Moreover, there will be a multiplicity of stochastic discount factors and each of them may give a different price for the new derivative security. This paper develops an approach
Performance evaluation with stochastic discount factors
 Journal of Business
, 2002
"... financial support from the PigottPACCAR professorship at the University of Washington. Previous drafts of the this paper were entitled, " Conditional Performance Evaluation." Performance Evaluation with Stochastic Discount Factors This paper uses a general asset pricing framework ..."
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financial support from the PigottPACCAR professorship at the University of Washington. Previous drafts of the this paper were entitled, " Conditional Performance Evaluation." Performance Evaluation with Stochastic Discount Factors This paper uses a general asset pricing
Pricing Kernels and Stochastic Discount Factors
 THE TERM STRUCTURE SPREAD AND FUTURE CHANGES IN LONG AND SHORT RATES IN THE G7 COUNTRIES,”JOURNAL OF MONETARY ECONOMICS
, 2009
"... In this entry we characterize pricing kernels or stochastic discount factors that are used to represent valuation operators in dynamic stochastic economies. A kernel is commonlyused mathematical term used to represent an operator. The term stochastic discount factor extends concepts from economics ..."
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In this entry we characterize pricing kernels or stochastic discount factors that are used to represent valuation operators in dynamic stochastic economies. A kernel is commonlyused mathematical term used to represent an operator. The term stochastic discount factor extends concepts from economics
Analysis of the Discount Factors in Swap Valuation Analysis of the Discount Factors in Swap Valuation
"... Abstract Discount factors are used to discount the cash flows in swap valuation. In my thesis, we study in the two swap valuation methods, the different performances of the discount factors. We lay the foundation for the swap valuation in the first four chapters. We introduce the concepts of the sw ..."
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Abstract Discount factors are used to discount the cash flows in swap valuation. In my thesis, we study in the two swap valuation methods, the different performances of the discount factors. We lay the foundation for the swap valuation in the first four chapters. We introduce the concepts
Discount factor and conditional return volatility
"... Using Campbell’s (1991) unexpected return decomposition, the implications of the Rational Valuation Formula are derived in terms of unconditional volatility of discount factors, given conditional return volatility and hence given the volatility of unexpected returns. This provides a bound on the d ..."
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Using Campbell’s (1991) unexpected return decomposition, the implications of the Rational Valuation Formula are derived in terms of unconditional volatility of discount factors, given conditional return volatility and hence given the volatility of unexpected returns. This provides a bound
Stochastic Discount Factors and Real Options
, 2011
"... This paper uses the stochastic discount factor (SDF) to price real options and introduces the expected discounted shortfall (EDS) risk measure to control risk. A multivariate covariance based SDF modelling framework is described. Explicit formulae linking the correlation matrix to the risk premium a ..."
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This paper uses the stochastic discount factor (SDF) to price real options and introduces the expected discounted shortfall (EDS) risk measure to control risk. A multivariate covariance based SDF modelling framework is described. Explicit formulae linking the correlation matrix to the risk premium
STOCHASTIC DISCOUNT FACTORS CONSTANTINOS KARDARAS
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"... Abstract. The valuation process that economic agents undergo for investments with uncertain payofftypicallydependson theirstatistical views on possible futureoutcomes, theirattitudes toward risk, and, of course, the payoff structure itself. Yields vary across different investment opportunities and t ..."
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and their interrelations are difficult to explain. For the same agent, a different discounting factor has to be used for every separate valuation occasion. If, however, one is ready to accept discounting that varies randomly with the possible outcomes, and therefore accepts the concept of a stochastic discountfactor
A Critique of the Stochastic Discount Factor Methodology
 Journal of Finance
, 1999
"... In this paper, we point out that the widely used stochastic discount factor (SDF) methodology ignores a fully specified model for asset returns. As a result, it suffers from two potential problems when asset returns follow a linear factor model. The first problem is that risk premium estimate from t ..."
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In this paper, we point out that the widely used stochastic discount factor (SDF) methodology ignores a fully specified model for asset returns. As a result, it suffers from two potential problems when asset returns follow a linear factor model. The first problem is that risk premium estimate from
Appendix (A) The Stochastic Discount Factor
, 2005
"... The properties of the SDF are described in detail in Pástor and Veronesi (2005; PV). This appendix contains a brief summary. The process in equation (10) implies a normal unconditional distribution for yt with mean y and variance σ2y/2ky. Let yD = y − 4σy/ 2ky and yU = y + ..."
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The properties of the SDF are described in detail in Pástor and Veronesi (2005; PV). This appendix contains a brief summary. The process in equation (10) implies a normal unconditional distribution for yt with mean y and variance σ2y/2ky. Let yD = y − 4σy/ 2ky and yU = y +
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