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    Title: 風險因子價格崩跌風險之探討-以美國股市為例
    Price crash risk of risk factors: Evidence from U.S. stock markets
    Authors: 陳宜謙
    Chen, Yi-Chian
    Contributors: 郭維裕
    Kuo, Wei-Yu
    Chen, Yi-Chian
    Keywords: 負偏態
    Hong and Stein 模型
    negative skewness
    price crash risk
    factor investing
    Hong and Stein Model
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-08-07 15:49:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在傳統投資理論中經常假設資產報酬為常態分佈,然而金融市場上的報酬分配是不對稱的分配,而且絕大部分的大波動都是跌幅,以S&P500為例,自1947年開始,十大波動中便有九次是價格暴跌,正是報酬負偏態的現象。

    如今因子投資(factors investing)在金融市場上儼然成為基金機構或投資者的一大操作策略,故本研究有別於以往的文獻僅探討公司層面或是資本市場上影響報酬率負偏態的潛在因素,本研究改用系統性風險因子評估股價崩跌風險,並以Hong and Stein的理論模型為基礎,認為投資人之間看法差異愈大,則負偏態現象愈明顯,將七種系統性風險因子帶入NCSKEW、DUVOL、CRASH三種估計負偏態的模型,並且把S&P500交易量定義為週轉率,用來預測負偏態,最後本研究得到以下發現,




    In traditional investment theory, it is often assumed that asset returns are normal distribution. However, the distribution of returns in the real financial market is asymmetric, and most of the large fluctuations are falling. Take the S&P500 as an example; it has happened nine times price collapse within the top ten fluctuations since 1947.

    Nowadays, factor investing has become a major operational strategy for fund institutions or investors in the financial market. Therefore, this research is different from the precious literatures, using the systematic risk factors to assess price crashes risk instead of using predictors at the firm-level or the capital market. Based on the Hong and Stein Model which states that stocks come through high turnover will later on go through the negative skewness of return, this research brings the returns of portfolio constructed by seven systematic risk factors into the three mainly crash models which are NCSKEW, DUVOL and CRASH to evaluate the negative skewness of the stock return. And we have four conclusions:

    (1)Negative skewness is greater in stocks and market portfolio that has experienced an increase in turnover over the prior six months.

    (2)Market portfolio that has experienced the price crashes does not have positive return in a row over the prior thirty-six month.

    (3)There is positive correlation between volatility of market portfolio returns and the negative skewness of the next six months.

    (4)Market portfolio which constructed by momentum factor or short term reversal factor might experience more price crashes.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106351008
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201900344
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