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Many models for asset returns in empirical finance, following Ross (1976), assume a linear functional form:Rt+1=Xtft+ϵt,?[ϵ]=0,?[ϵ]=D (1)
where Rt+1 is an n-dimensional random vector containing the cross-section of returns in excess of the risk-free rate over some time interval [t,t+1], Xt is a (non-random) n×p matrix that is known before time t, and ϵt is assumed
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