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Day traders are different from investors in that day traders hold their securities for only one day. They close out their positions at the end of every day and then start all over again the next day. By contrast, swing traders hold securities for days and sometimes even months, and investors sometimes hold for years.
When you take up day trading, the rules that may have helped you pick good stocks or find great mutual funds over the years will no longer apply. This is a different game with different rules.
But there’s a flip side: The day trader’s choice of securities and positions has to work out in a day or it’s gone. There’s no tomorrow for any specific position. Meanwhile, the swing trader or the investor has the luxury of time, as it sometimes takes a while for a position to work out the way your research shows it should. In the long run, markets are efficient, and prices reflect all information about a security. Unfortunately, it can take a few days of short runs for this efficiency to kick in.
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Log2(n) is the maximum number of searches that are required to find something in a binary search. The average case involves log2(n)-1 searches. Here's more info:
I heard somebody say that since binary search halves the input required to search hence it is log(n) algorithm. Since I am not from a mathematics background I am not able to relate to it. Can somebody explain it in a little more detail? does it have to do something with the logarithmic series?
Simply put, the reason binary search is in O(log n) is that it halves the input set in each iteration. It's easier to think about it in the reverse situation. On x iterations, how long list can the binary search algorithm at max examine? The answer is 2^x. From this we can see that the reverse is that on average the binary search algorithm needs log2 n iterations for a list of length n.
Put the value of The(n/2) in above so T(n)=T(n/4)+1+1 . . . . T(n/2^k)+1+1+1.....+1
I would recommend Introduction to Algorithms if you want to learn about algorithmic complexity.
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For Binary Search, T(N) = T(N/2) + O(1) // the recurrence relation
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The simultaneous purchase in one market and sale in another market of a commodity, security,or monies,in the expectation of making a profit on price differences in the differing markets. Generally thought of as involving foreign currency exchanges,in which one enters contracts to buy euros and sell yen and hopefully make money in a moment in time when the exchange rates work out in one's favor (this is highly risky).
If the price of the same product is different, as between two markets, a dealer, by simultaneously buying in the lower-priced market and reselling in the higher-priced market, stands to make a profit on the transaction (allowing for dealing expenses). Arbitrage thus serves to narrow or eliminate price differentials between markets, with buying in the lower-priced market causing prices to rise there, and selling in the higher-priced market causing prices to fall. See SPOT MARKET, ARBITRAGEUR, SPECULATION, COVERED INTEREST ARBITRAGE.
Although the price difference may be very small, arbitrageurs, or arbs, typically trade regularly and in huge volume, so they can make sizable profits.
Arbitrage is the technique of simultaneously buying at a lower price in one market and selling at a higher price in another market to make a profit on the spread between the prices.
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The standard measuring conditions for temperature are in the air, 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) above the ground, and shielded from direct sunlight intensity (hence the term, x degrees "in the shade"). 2 The following lists include all officially confirmed claims measured by those methods.
Satellite measurements of the surface temperature of Antarctica, taken between 1982 and 2013, found a coldest temperature of −93.2 °C (−135.8 °F) on 10 August 2010, at 81°48′S 59°18′E / 81.8°S 59.3°E / -81.8; 59.3. Although this is not comparable to an air temperature, it is believed that the air temperature at this location would have been lower than the official record lowest air temperature of −89.2 °C (−128.6 °F). 6 7
There are reports of temperatures higher than the listed world record of 56.7 °C (134.1 °F) during phenomena known as heat bursts, including a report of 87 °C (189 °F) in Abadan, Iran in June 1967. There are also reports made by satellite analysis, including one of 66.8 °C (152.2 °F) measured in the Flaming Mountains of China in 2008. 8 These temperatures have never been confirmed, and are not recognized as world records. 9 The former highest official temperature on Earth, held for 90 years by ‘Aziziya, Libya, was de-certified by the WMO (World Meteorological Organization) in January 2012 as the record for the world's highest surface temperature. (This temperature of 58 °C (136 °F), registered on 13 September 1922, is currently considered to have been a recorder's error. 10 )
* Temperature record considered unreliable by Christopher Burt. 17 137
Temperatures measured directly on the ground may exceed air temperatures by 30 to 50 °C (54 to 90 °F). 2 A ground temperature of 84 °C (183.2 °F) has been recorded in Port Sudan, Sudan. 3 A ground temperature of 93.9 °C (201.0 °F) was recorded in Furnace Creek, Death Valley, California, United States on 15 July 1972; this may be the highest natural ground surface temperature ever recorded. 4 The theoretical maximum possible ground surface temperature has been estimated to be between 90 and 100 °C (194 and 212 °F) for dry, darkish soils of low thermal conductivity. 5
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Have you ever entered a limit order to buy a security at a price below its current trading level? If so, you've most likely experienced a waiting game, and possibly a lengthy one because the stock will not be purchased until it trades at or below your limit price. Instead of simply waiting for that to happen you could take an approach that is a little more pro-active and sell (write) a cash-secured put. You will be paid, in the form of the premium received for selling the put, in return for accepting the obligation to buy underlying shares if assigned, and at a price lower price that you select in advance. Many large portfolio managers as well as individual investors find this an attractive means to acquire stock for their portfolios.
The net price paid for underlying shares on assignment is equal to the put's strike price minus the premium received for selling the put in the first place. For this reason, the strike price chosen, less the premium amount, should reflect the investor's target price for acquiring underlying shares. Regardless of the direction the stock price takes after the put is sold, or whether assignment is received or not, the put seller keeps the premium.
On the downside, the break-even point for this strategy is an underlying stock price equal to the put's strike price less the premium received for selling it. If the stock declines significantly below the strike price by expiration, on assignment the investor may be obligated to purchase shares well above their current price level. Stock bought under this circumstance may therefore reflect a loss compared to its market price at the time. However, this loss would be unrealized as long as the investor holds the shares and is positioned to profit from an increase in their price. Any investor whose motivation in writing a cash-secured put is to buy underlying stock should therefore be committed in advance to a target price for a possible purchase, and select a strike price accordingly.
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An investor who employs a cash-secured put writes a put contract, and at the same time deposits in his brokerage account the full cash amount for a possible purchase of underlying shares. The purpose of depositing this cash is to ensure that it's available should the investor be assigned on the short put position and be obligated to purchase shares at the put's strike price. While the cash is on deposit it may generally be invested in short-term, interest-bearing instruments.
On the upside the risk is one of opportunity loss. After selling the put the underlying stock price can go up and remain above the put's strike price. In this case, neither a put seller who is not assigned, nor an investor who originally entered a low limit order for the stock instead, will buy the stock. The put seller, however, keeps the put sale premium received.