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I have three very special questions.
1) – I want create a theoretical trend line with a 5% trend/slope.
The regression function is; Y = m*x + c
Y = price
m = slope
x = time unit
c = trendline crosses the Y-axis when x = 0 therefore c = 0
Now my question: How do I “convert” the 5% trend/slope to “m” in the regression function?
Can I say that 5% equals 0.05 as “m”?
I have attached a simple Excel file to show what I want to do.
2) – The tool “Linear Regression Slope” calculates the slope of a regression line.
Lets say the 10 Period Linear Regression Slope has a value of 0.12.
Does that mean, that the slope of the linear regression line of the last ten days is 12%?
3) – Lets say the Beta between the S&P 500 and Amazon is 1.49.
Does that mean, that Amazon has a 49% higher volatility than the S&P 500?
Thanks to all.
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