Ljung-box q-test, Advanced Statistics

The Null Hypothesis - H0: There is no autocorrelation

The Alternative Hypothesis - H1: There is at least first order autocorrelation

Rejection Criteria: Reject H0 if LBQ1 >

Autocorrelation Function: RESI1

Lag         ACF          T    LBQ

  1   0.0081553   0.32   0.10

  2   0.0065510   0.26   0.17

  3  -0.0279832  -1.09   1.36

  4  -0.0079441  -0.31   1.46

  5   0.0254074   0.99   2.44

There are 83 lags but the first 5 have been used identify whether there is auto correlation present:

Lag

LBQ

Chi-Squared

Interpretation

1

0.10

1640_Tests for Heteroscedasticity.png= 3.84

Since LBQ = 0.10 < 3.84 so accept H0 as there is sufficient evidence to suggest there is no autocorrelation

2

0.17

 1640_Tests for Heteroscedasticity.png= 5.99

Since LBQ = 0.17 < 5.99 so accept H0 as there is sufficient evidence to suggest there is no autocorrelation

3

1.36

 1640_Tests for Heteroscedasticity.png= 7.81

Since LBQ = 1.36 < 7.81 so accept H0 as there is sufficient evidence to suggest there is no autocorrelation

4

1.46

 1640_Tests for Heteroscedasticity.png= 9.48

Since LBQ = 1.46 < 9.48 so accept H0 as there is sufficient evidence to suggest there is no autocorrelation

5

2.44

 1640_Tests for Heteroscedasticity.png= 11.07

Since LBQ = 2.44 < 11.07 so accept H0 as there is sufficient evidence to suggest there is no autocorrelation

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