Diderot portrayed d'Alembert in "Le rêve de D'Alembert" ("D'Alembert's Dream"), written after the two men had become estranged. It depicts d'Alembert ill in bed, conducting a debate on materialist philosophy in his sleep.
He also created his ratio test, a test to see if a series converges.
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The UK will want to avoid this at all costs, so even if it did agree to a currency union with Scotland, Westminster would probably demand control over Scottish fiscal policy and banking regulation, rendering independence toothless.
As you can see, the reason why the Yes campaign has avoided the currency question is more than likely because it is too complex to condense down into political slogans. However, one thing certain, if Scotland does vote for independence the Scottish pound may not be long for this world.
While a separate currency may be the most appropriate option for Scotland, as you can see, it is an extremely complex and costly solution. The other option is for Scotland to look North. If the UK is so vehemently opposed to currency union, could Scotland form a union with one of its Scandinavian neighbours?
There are a myriad of other questions to consider from a practical point of view including when the currency would go into circulation, where would it be minted, and would the British monarch still be on the currency of an independent Scotland?
There is a historical precedent for this, in 1873 Scandinavia had a currency union, it didn’t last, but they may be more easily persuaded than Westminster due to cultural and historical links with Scotland.
With only days to go until Scotland votes on whether it wants independence from the UK, a huge question mark hangs over what currency an independent Scotland would use.
In principle, there is nothing stopping an independent Scotland using the pound as its chief currency. This would see Scotland go against Westminster’s wishes and use the pound anyway. However, this would come with a hefty price, and the cost could be greater than the benefit of independence.
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As many of my readers know, my favorite option strategy is to sell out-of-the-money put credit spreads. The win rate is very high, because we can make money even if the stock remains stagnant or even falls a modest amount. Furthermore, limiting the margin requirement by selling put spreads instead of naked puts substantially increases the trade's rate of return.
This study supports my strategy of selling puts with 2- to 5-month expirations and buying LEAP call options with one year or longer expirations. Below is an excerpted reproduction of the study's table 2 for options that have fixed three-month expirations during both 10-year and 22-year holding periods:
I'm not surprised that selling puts is the most profitable options strategy, but I'm a bit surprised that selling in-the-money puts is the best strategy. This is probably because the study does not include the horribly bearish 2008-09 stock market period. If the study were updated today, I bet selling out-of-the-money puts would be the number one options strategy.
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In agreement with previously presented results and prior literature, many option portfolios have risk-adjusted performance worse than the benchmark portfolio. However, some option portfolios exhibit risk-adjusted performance which exceeds that of the benchmark stock-only portfolio. When three-month options are used, written put portfolios for all moneyness levels (OTM, ATM, ITM) generate high returns and exhibit positive abnormal performance.
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How Does Arbitrage Impact ETF Pricing?
For example, when ETF A is in high demand, its price rises above its NAV. At this point the AP will notice the ETF is overpriced or trading at a premium. It will then sell the ETF shares it received during creation and make a spread between the cost of the assets it bought for the ETF issuer and the selling price from the ETF shares. It may also go into the market and buy the underlying shares that compose the ETF directly at lower prices, sell ETF shares on the open market at the higher price, and capture the spread.
ETF arbitrage is thought to aid the market by bringing the market price of ETFs back in line with NAV when divergence happens. However, questions related to whether or not ETF arbitrage increases market volatility have arisen. A 2014 study, “Do ETFs Increase Volatility?” by Ben-David, Frazoni, and Moussawi, examined the impact of ETF arbitrage on the volatility of the underlying securities. They concluded that ETFs can increase daily volatility of the underlying stock by 3.4%.
ETF arbitrage can occur in couple of different ways. The most common is through the creation and redemption mechanism. When an ETF issuer wants to create a new ETF or sell more shares of an existing ETF, he contacts an authorized participant (AP), a large financial institution that is a market maker or specialist. The AP’s job is to buy securities in equivalent proportions to mimic the index the ETF firm is trying to mimic, and give those securities to the ETF firm. In exchange for the underlying securities, the AP receives shares of the ETF. This process is done at the net asset value of the securities not the market value of the ETF so there is no mispricing. The reverse is done during the redemption process.
ETF Arbitrage: Creation and Redemption
For example, there are several S&P 500 ETFs. Each of these ETFs should track the underlying index (S&P 500) very closely but at any given point, the intraday prices can diverge. Market participants can take advantage of this divergence by buying the underpriced ETF and selling the overpriced one. These arbitrage opportunities, like the previous examples, close rapidly so arbitrageurs need to recognize the inefficiency and act quickly. This type of arbitrage tends to work best on ETFs with the same underlying index.
ETF arbitrage is not a long-term strategy. Mispricings happen in the short-term and these opportunities close within minutes if not sooner. But ETF arbitrage is advantageous for the arbitrageur and the market. The arbitrageur can capture the spread profit while driving the ETF’s market price back in line with its NAV as the arbitrage closes. Despite these market advantages, research has shown that ETF arbitrage may increase volatility of the underlying assets as the arbitrage emphasizes or intensifies the mispricing. The perceived increase in volatility needs further research. In the meantime, market participants will continue to benefit from temporary spreads between share price and NAV.
Exchange traded funds, or ETFs, are one such asset that can be arbitraged. ETFs are securities that track an index, commodity, bond, or a basket of assets like an index fund, similar to mutual funds. But unlike mutual funds, ETFs trade, just like a stock, on a market exchange. Therefore, throughout the day, ETF prices fluctuate as trades are made to buy or sell shares. These trades provide liquidity in ETFs and transparency in price, but they also subject ETFs to intraday mispricing as the trading value can deviate, even slightly, from the underlying net asset value. Traders then take advantage of these opportunities.