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The simultaneous purchase and sale of a financial security in order to profit from the difference in the security price during the trading activity.
A measure of the degree of linear association between a pair of random variables.
Techniques for modeling and analyzing several variables, when the focus is on the relationship between a dependent variable and one or more independent variables.
[Think of it as insurance. When people decide to hedge, they are insuring themselves against a negative event. This doesn't prevent a negative event from happening, but if it does happen and you're pr…
a common name for exchange operations between two (or more) counter-parties with various financial instruments like cashflows (IRS), currency (XCCY), credit risk (CDS), et cetera
For questions dealing with market data sampled at high frequencies, such as tick data and intraday data.
Value at Risk, a widely used risk measure of the risk of loss on a specific portfolio of financial assets.
named quantities representing sensitivity of option price to change in underlying parameters. Use of [greeks] tag should relate to one more named quantities, such as delta or gamma.
Econometric model that have the purpose to measure the effect of different risk measures on portfolio asset returns.
generally speaking the way markets are organized at the impact of there structure on the price formation process.
a model that allows to determine the theoretical rate of asset returns required by an investor, given the asset systematic risk or market risk.
For questions citing or requesting references to academic and/or professional research.
a privately held financial software, data and media company headquartered in New York City.
The process of using a computer program to place orders to trade securities in financial markets. Typically, these trades are made in exchange-traded instruments, such as listed equities, options, an…
the process of taking in inputs such as market data, current news, and producing orders without human intervention.