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Although my comment was a bit wry, my take on the Black Swan is that it is an extraordinary event which is thought to be an extreme outlier (typically by people like option writers in the world of the markets) that actually happens more frequently than expected. I don't have the historical data to t...
- Tue Apr 06, 2010 5:21 am
- Forum: Money Management
- Topic: How to deal with correlated instruments
- Replies: 15
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You'll be pleased to know that the forementioned Raghee Horner (Interbank FXâ€™s Chief Currency Analyst) is running a webinar on April the 8th on Trading and Risk Management - almost certain to be some discussion of this topic there.
- Mon Nov 16, 2009 6:56 pm
- Forum: Trader Psychology
- Topic: Dealing with a drawdown
- Replies: 29
- Views: 38533
Interesting thread, good to see that Aberration Equity Curve from 2004. Although I don't know the composition of that portfolio, I'll bet it would have seen pretty stratospheric growth since then. Theres life in the old dog yet!