I have a date variable from 1926/01/01 to 2013/12/31. And stock returns for monthly.
I want to do is that use 36 month as a rolling window. Use full 36 month's returns to calculate a new variable and merge that variable as the next month's date after 36 month window.
I did use CROSS JOIN to create different loops which contain 36 month data. But I only want to use only stocks which have a complete return history over 36 months, so please tell me how to delete stocks that do not have enough this data.
I think CASE... END clause can do that. Can you post your data and output ?
( select min(date) from have where id=a.id and date between intnx('month',a.date,-36,'s') and a.date )
,a.date,'c') < 36
(select mean(return) from have where id=a.id and date between intnx('month',a.date,-36,'s') and a.date)
end as want_return
from have as a
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It's probably easier to create a count first of each ticker and then filter out those with the missing values.
You can simulate your data with 5 points and include it directly in the post.
Are you saying any ticker missing data for a specific period should be excluded? Have you looked at the ETS procedures - TIMESERIES and EXPAND?
It is easy if one row correspond to one month.
proc import datafile='/folders/myfolders/Result IBM MSFT AAPL 1985 R2.xlsx' out=have dbms=xlsx replace;run; data have; set have; by cusip; if first.cusip then n=0; n+1; run; proc sql; create table want as select *, case when (select count(*) from have where cusip=a.cusip and n between a.n-35 and a.n) lt 36 then . else (select mean(nvalue1) from have where cusip=a.cusip and n between a.n-35 and a.n) lt 36 end as want_return from have as a; quit;
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