[R] Plot base 100
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Sun Jul 19 22:21:41 CEST 2020
I understand. I Will send my Code tomorrow, I am outside home now.
Many thanks David, sorry about all.
El dom., 19 jul. 2020 21:13, David Winsemius <dwinsemius using comcast.net>
> On 7/19/20 11:18 AM, Pedro páramo wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am trying to make a plot based on stock market prices and the library
> > quantmod, imagine
> > BatchGetSymbols(‘^IBEX’, first.date = ‘1999-12-31’,
> > last.date = ‘2020-12-07’)
> > The thing is I want to plot a plot that for each year on 31/12/year tthe
> > base is 100 and each day calvulate the cumulative returns so if on
> > 01/01/year t+1 in one day stock climbs a 3% the Index values 103. I want
> > plot for each day off the year to the end of the year a line (in fact
> > be 20 lines) in the example from year 2000 to actual 2020.
> > Aditionally on the current year I want to plot the line more thig (dar)
> > clearly distinguish It.
> > Do you know if there is some predefinited function to construct It.
> > Many thanks in advance
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