Non-stationarity and ARIMA(p,d,q) Processes
Up until now we have been looking at time series whose means did not exhibit long-run growth. It is time to drop this assumption. After all, many economic and financial time series do not have a constant mean. Examples include: the US GDP per capita, the US CPI, the Dow-Jones Industrial Index, and the share price of Google.
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