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08-20-2016 06:20 PM - edited 08-20-2016 06:39 PM

The DCC-GARCH model proposed by Engle (2002) has two steps: first use GARCH model to estimate the conditional variance, then use the results from the first step to estimate conditional correlation. The following is the model.

Now I wanna run simulation (e.g. B=100 times, sample with replacement) for each id-month combination in the attached sample data (the simulation is applying the DCC-GARCH model to generate B simulated data series). Is there anyway to modify the following code to include simulation function? (I found there are a few codes for DCC-GARCH model simulation, however they are either in R, STATA or MATLAB, which I know little about).

*use DCC (1,1) - GARCH (1,1);

proc varmax data=have method=ml outest=a1_est outcov outstat=a2_stat;

by id year month;

model y1 y2;

garch q=1 p=1 form=dcc;

run;

Thanks a lot for all your kindly help.

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08-24-2016 08:14 AM

I've spoken with Tech Support and they suggest you open a track. They'd like to clarify exactly what you want or need to do.

You can open a track here: https://support.sas.com/ctx/supportform/createForm

Best of luck,

Shelley

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08-26-2016 10:14 AM

Thank you so much Shelley for your kindly help! I will open a track as you suggested.