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Using Advanced Mathematics to Trade

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Using Advanced Mathematics to Trade

Post by dollarfinder on Fri Jan 09, 2009 12:42 am

I've seen a strategy called Stochastic Calculus appear in quantitative analysis for the stock market, but it may be worth investigating advanced mathematics for FOREX as well. The way the trends in the market appear, using differentiation and integration to figure out the general "acceleration" of the market and in which direction it's occurring could work.

It would require something like Microsoft Excel, for you to plot a best fit curve. Using that, you could take the derivative of the given function to find the general direction of the market at specific points on the function. Following that, you could take the second derivative to find how volatile the market is at the time.

This doesn't take into account oddities in the news and such, however if compensated for, advanced math could easily be applied to FOREX.

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