H. D. Vinod and D. Reagle: Preparing for the Worst: Incorporating
Downside Risk in Stock Market Investments. New York: J. Wiley
and Sons, Monograph. I am grateful to Bruce McCullough for pointing
out most of the following typos.
p. 22: Vinod and Samanta reference now added
Line 17 from bottom Brnnan-Schwarz ==> Brennan-Schwartz
p. 30: Line 7 from bottom: I would like to remind the reader
about following references which warn against EXCEL
[1]McCullough, Bruce D. and Wilson, Berry. (1999)``On the
Accuracy of Statistical Procedures in Microsoft Excel 97,''
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 31, pp. 27-37.
[2]McCullough, Bruce D. and Berry Wilson (2002) ``On the
Accuracy of Statistical Procedures in Microsoft Excel 2000 and
Excel XP, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 2002
p. 32: Line 15 from bottom insert "s"
"which represent a generalization" ==>
"which represents a generalization"
p. 32: Line 5 from bottom: Rose and Wood should be Rose and Smith
p. 49: Line 3: technique
p. 76: "Wall Stree have" ==> "Wall Street has"
p. 105: Line 2: within factions ==> within small fractions
p. 117: Lines 11 and 13 from bottom: The year should read (2001)
instead of (2000)
p. 123: Line 12 from bottom: certainly ==> uncertainty
p. 147: Line 2 from bottom: only value of = => value of
p. 161: The caption for figure 7.2.1 should read "Pearson's"
p. 273: insert a reference:
Reagle, D. and H. D. Vinod (2001)"Measuring The Asymmetry Of Stock Market Risk," 2001 proceedings of the Business and Economic Statistics section of the American Statistical Association. ASA: Alexandria, Virginia,
p. 276: insert a reference
Vinod, H. D. and P. Samanta (1997) "Forecasting the Dynamics of Exchange Rate Movements Using GMM and Estimating Function Methods." presented at 17th Annual International Symposium on Forecasting in Barbados (June, 1997).
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http://www.Fordham.edu/economics/Vinod/barb2.pdf