Stock Return Volatility And Trading Volume Relationships Captured With Stable Paretian GARCH And Threshold GARCH Models

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Atsuyuki Naka
Ece Oral


Stock Return, Volatility, Trading Volume, Stable TGARCH


This paper examines the volatility of Dow Jones Industrial Average stock returns and the trading volume by employing stable Paretian GARCH and Threshold GARCH (TGARCH) models. Our results indicate that the trading volume significantly contributes to the volatility of stock returns. Additionally, strong leverage effects exist with negative shocks having a larger impact on volatility than positive shocks. The likelihood ratio tests and goodness of fit support the use of stable Paretian GARCH and TGARCH models over Gaussian models.


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