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How would I calculate a stop on a pair trade? [closed]
I have a trading strategy that I use on single tickers. I'd like to start using it with pairs as well. However, I'm somewhat math challenged and not sure how to best calculate the stops of the ...
Nov 30 '11 at 0:55
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