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How to estimate the probability of drawdown / ruin?
A fairly naive approach to estimate the probability of drawdown / ruin is to calculate the probabilities of all the permutations of your sample returns, keeping track of those that hit your drawdown / ...
Feb 10 '11 at 15:00
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