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comment Probability of touching
the stocastic calculus approach is called 'first hitting time' or 'stopping time'. Shreve does not talk about actually calculating it. He just says, 'use monte carlo' There is a non-monte carlo method of calculating it, and that is what I am looking for.
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answered Why does implied volatility show an inverse relation with strike price when examining option chains?
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comment Probability of touching
It seems like for a vanilla there should be a non-simulation way to calculate this.
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comment What broker/feed/APIsetup allows for recording the most accurate data (cheaply)?
nanex.net is is a really good datafeed. it is the actual market tick data, and has all of the anomalies that are usually filtered out by the time ticks get to an enduser feed like IB.