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comment Algorithm for the choice of stocks for a equity scalper/market maker to engage in?
You can have another indicator for the competition from other market makers. The ratio of volume / quote size is a nice start. After you start trading, your real % market share and analysis of pnl will be much better indicators. Occasionally, in HFT arms race, your % market share can dramatically drop after a major competitor upgrade their system. There are also more and more HFT market 'takers' now. Analyzing your pnl to understand how many $h!t you pick up (your limit order not fast enough to run away) can tell you more story between you and your taker competitors.
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Sep
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comment Duality between constant rebalanced portfolio (CRP) and corresponding derivative
Thank you for accepting the answer, vonjd :) And thanks for your inspiring question. I always believe it's the smart questions and curiosity that lead us to great answers and ideas! I wish I could answer you more but I really favor short and inspiring answer in public. However, I am more than happy to discuss further in private :) Please feel free to contact me (Google/Linked) if you are interested in more discussions.
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comment Duality between constant rebalanced portfolio (CRP) and corresponding derivative
Hello Tal, please keep your bounty. I am teasing myself :) As for your question, in my opinion, once you have sound underlying dynamics, replicating is trivial. To myself, my answer is complete enough, i.e. the information I suggest here is enough to solve vonjd's questions.
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comment Duality between constant rebalanced portfolio (CRP) and corresponding derivative
Oh? The bounty reward was given away while I am posting my answer? I remember there are still few hours to go before the bounty deadline? :) Too bad I just back from a vocation!
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answered Duality between constant rebalanced portfolio (CRP) and corresponding derivative
Aug
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comment Proof that you cannot beat a random walk
Second, there is no contradiction to the common sense that 'pure independence = zero E[PnL]'. E[] > 0 in my example and your Parrondo's paradox is indeed exploited from sort of dependency. While Parrondo exploits the dependency between two losing games, mine is exploiting the dependency on my losing trades (which is less obvious). But (warn again), this is at cost of ruin risk! Note that Kelly/Vol-pump eliminate ruin risk, but still suffer tail risk. Conclusion? Find dependency had better, create it if you must.
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comment Proof that you cannot beat a random walk
Thank you for accepting the answer, vonjd. I also like the analogy you found in Parrondo paradox. Though not sure how to answer your questions? here is my attempt: First, all mentioned strategies propose to add(cut) risk exposure when lose(win). For example, if you long stock and you lose/gain 1 dollar when market moves, kelly or vol-pump will require you buy/sell in order to maintain constant betting ratio. This makes volatility your friend (pumping). But trend is your enemy! In this case, is random walk more like your enemy or your friend?
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