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How do I estimate the joint probability of stock B moving, if stock A moves?
I have two stocks, A and B, that are correlated in some way. If I know (hypothetically) that stock A has a 60% chance of rising tomorrow, and I know the joint probability between stocks A and B, how ...
Jun 3 '11 at 16:46
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