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Yes, the function does not consider cases when the price is flat. The solution is very simple. Look at the OBV2 function below. The series from OBV and OBV2 are highly correlated, but the strict definition would be higher (smaller) depending on the market evolution. In the QQQ case that difference is about 50% 1. You could find the maintainer here: ...
No. 10 shares from Order1 have time priority. The 100 shares of Order2 will trader after 10 from Order1. The 90 hidden shares of Order1 are hidden, and therefore at the back of the queue. When they light, they get in line at the back.
What you're trying to do is express all your positions in terms of a risk currency. Then you can track your PnL in only one currency. You need to express all this in an Excel spread sheet and include some rates, a bit like the screenshot here.
A currency quote (EURUSD 1.1, for example) put into an equation with units is 1 EUR / 1 USD = 1.1 or 1 EUR = 1.1 USD. Units or volume of a currency pair is expressed in terms of the base currency (EUR in the example), which means bids are buying and asks are selling the base currency. I glanced a few examples and it looks like you're right, but here's one ...
I dont think neither of both ideas are to be very fertile in the present structures of banks or asset management firms. There are several factors that have influenced the birth of algo trading. 1) The development of computer processing capacity behyond human capabilities which provided the hability to process more information than any team would. This will ...
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