Archive for November, 2009

Volatility analysis : bridging the gap from volatility forecasting to price forecasting

Volatility analysis : bridging the gap from volatility forecasting to price forecasting

Volatility. A word that generates panic for investors as well as faster heartbeats for traders. How many times haven’t you tried before to trade only trending markets and catch the momentum ? According to InvestorWords.com, volatility is the relative rate at which the price of a security moves up…
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Is MQL a bad career skill or is Eastern Europe a bad place for quants?

Is MQL a bad career skill or is Eastern Europe a bad place for quants?

Tough one, huh? A very bad question to put yourself, like a splinter in the brain… Despite the MetaTrader’s attractiveness and ease of MQL programming, there is still something bad about it. Let’s unravel this a bit. Why are…
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Quoting – A new activity in MT5

Quoting – A new activity in MT5

Well, perhaps I exaggerated the term a bit, but after all, this is how I feel about it. It will be a way to implement fx/futures arbitrage and other similar arbitrages between replaceable assets. Like NYMEX Crude…
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Intro to Options. Part I : How options work

Intro to Options. Part I : How options work

I am not an options specialist , and I’ve never been. This article is part of a series that I intend…
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Novelties of the MQL5 language

November 21, 2009
By Bogdan Baltatu, MQLmagazine editor

The MetaQuotes folks brang a lot of improvements to the new language MQL5 vs the old MQL4. Data types They added the enum data type…
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MT5 – A Probably New Beginning For Everything

This was the title of my last post in my former blog on the vamist.ro website – the romanian forex community. At that…
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