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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Okay, now I know what's happening here: the word volatility pumping probably indicates how the anticipation of a log standard is the underlying ramble (here, 0, at every flip and so asymptotically) plus _sigma^2/2....
    Exactly! Very well put. Thank you for sharing your own understanding and expertise

  2. #42

    Great discussions going with this thread, and I see a few of the posters I love to follow often collect around the same topics. There are other ways.

    http://www.nuclearphynance.com/Show ...ostIDKey=67428

  3. #43
    Thanks for this connection. Just took a fast look, and it seems like some savvy dudes posting there. Looks like a strong equity leaning, but those inventory men have some great ideas again and now.

  4. #44
    No, the calculations in the link are erroneous.
    You can not use fixed percent to win or lose in each step. In the event you employ pips to win or lose in each step, definitely you will find a profitable result.

    Quote Originally Posted by ;

    Great discussions going on this thread, and I see some of the posters I prefer to follow often gather around the same topics. There are different ways to approach the random -- maintain an open mind.

    http://www.nuclearphynance.com/Show ...ostIDKey=67428

  5. #45
    I can not modify this post, so I need to renew it here:
    We definitely can not earn money in random walk market!
    Just simply use the binomial tree to confirm it. It's easy.
    However, in this currency management egy. The majority of the outcomes that are possible become profitable outcome. Just one possible result is adverse outcome! After the market continues moving down with no retracement, we will lose money. It will not occur in the market,particularly for the index.
    in some sense, we can earn money in this MM egy, but very small.it depends on the volatility.

    By the way, I think I still need the collection of random generated price data. If you look at this type of data, you will discover the familar patterns mentioned by other people, it's simple to tell whether it works or not.
    Here it is https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...e-journal.html, however to be surprised, the majority of these because thread discussed the wrong things. I think that it's very useful to learn a few basic knowledges from mathematics finance courses.

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    here, I encourage madici.
    We definitely can earn money in random walk market!

    step 0: the current stock price is 100, you have $10000 in your stock account.
    Measure 1: the stock price change to 150. You have $15000 in your stock account.
    Step 2: the stock price change to 100(the initial price). You have $10000 in your stock account.
    So, after step 2, the return is...

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