However, in order to do this sum and recompose the number, now the addition tables for the duodecimal system have to be used, instead of the addition tables for decimal most people are already familiar with, because the summands are now in base twelve and so the arithmetic with them has to be in duodecimal as well. In decimal, 6 + 6 equals 12, but in duodecimal it equals 10; so, if using decimal arithmetic with duodecimal numbers one would arrive at an incorrect result. Doing the arithmetic properly in duodecimal, one gets the result:
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Using options can reduce the risk of a paired trade. I would suggest using fairly long-dated options. This will give your thesis time to play out and reduce the impact of time decay. Let's look at some possible positions and their relative merits.
The first thing to keep in mind when establishing a paired trade: to keep the position balanced, you use a dollar weighting. You don't go by counts of shares or options contracts.
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Within this environment, as with recent prior quarters, the shape of the yield curve continued to flatten, with short-term rates rising relative to intermediate- and long-term rates. By the end of the quarter, the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury ended moderately lower than where it began, dropping to 1.93% from 2.17% on December 31st. Yields dropped as low as 1.65% during the first month of the quarter as stock prices swooned, but then steadily rose in February and March as stocks recovered and it became evident the Fed was focused on when it would begin to raise interest rates.
The U.S. economy is in the sixth year of expansion, longer than the average expansion since World War II. Economists are, on balance, very optimistic about the prospects for continued growth, particularly since the more recent data shows ongoing improvement. Real GDP growth, while somewhat soft in the fourth quarter of 2014, is expected to approximate 3% this year, and economists anticipate that employment growth should exceed, on average, 275,000 jobs per month. Inflation does not appear as though it will be an issue in the foreseeable future, as there is little evidence of wage pressure at this point. Households remain deleveraged, and businesses are arguably in their most profitable position in history. Globally, economic trends remain fragile but are firming. Weaker currencies and lower inflation are expected to boost foreign economies, and declining oil prices could prove to be a powerful catalyst for global growth. Latin America continues to struggle, in part due to large exposure to commodity prices. Asia, while still experiencing slowing growth, should benefit from weakening currencies and stronger internal demand.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis released the third estimate of the fourth quarter 2014 real GDP, a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of +2.2%, down from the +5.0% annualized growth of the prior quarter, and unchanged from the prior estimate of +2.2% growth. Despite the somewhat disappointing fourth quarter results, the economy remains on a solid trajectory, expanding at about a 3% rate, which economists believe translates into approximately 3 million new jobs per year. As with the prior quarter, the growth was fueled primarily by contributions from consumer spending. Fixed investment was also a minor contributor. Net exports were the primary detractor from growth, largely due to the rise in the dollar, which makes domestic goods more expensive in foreign markets. Government spending, led by defense spending, was a slight detractor from growth after being a significant contributor in the third quarter. Corporate profits rose by 1.4% (not annualized), after having climbing +3.1% in the prior quarter. Deflation took hold during the quarter as a result of declining energy prices, and personal consumption expenditures (PCE) index of prices fell -0.4 % during the quarter, after a +1.2% rise in the prior quarter. Economists remain generally upbeat about the economy’s outlook, and believe that wage growth acceleration should begin to take hold later this year. However, they caution that the significant rise in the dollar, while serving to aid consumer spending, may hamper exports, resulting in a modest net benefit for growth.
The first quarter of 2015 began much like the first quarter of 2014: with a steep decline. While last year’s January drop was attributed to effects tapering of the Fed’s asset purchase program would have on global growth, particularly in emerging markets, this year’s decline in U.S. equities was in part a result of concerns about whether that slowing global growth would impact the U.S. economy negatively. In addition, the steep plunge in commodities prices created concern that target levels of inflation would be difficult to attain in the near term. Juxtaposed against these concerns was economic data that remained resilient. The end result was a very volatile quarter, with the S&P 500 sinking -3.0% in January before staging a powerful +5.8% rebound in February. The index finished the quarter with a +0.95% gain. Also in March, U.S. equities celebrated the six-year anniversary from the 2009 cycle bottom. Over the six-year period from March 9, 2009 the S&P 500 index gained more than 245%, and is currently in its seventh consecutive year of positive performance.
In the first quarter, fixed-income securities delivered mixed, but generally positive, results, accompanied by very volatile trading. Investors digested several important events during the quarter, some of which had positive effects, and others which had negative implications for fixed-income. On the positive side, fixed-income securities benefited from the European Central Bank’s (ECB) decision to undertake a U.S. Federal Reserve style asset purchase program. While the ECB won’t be purchasing U.S. obligations, the decision had a ripple effect in domestic fixed-income markets. In addition, Treasury obligations gained ground as markets viewed lack of inflation as a sign that interest rates would remain low longer than many expected. On the negative side, investors are realizing that the Fed will need to begin to normalize interest rates sooner rather than later, a concept reinforced by the FOMC’s removal of calendar-based guidance from its latest policy statement.
The housing segment remained fairly constrained during the quarter, despite an uptick in February’s data, primarily based on lackluster demand. Existing home sales for February (the latest monthly data available) advanced at an annualized rate of 4.9 million units, modestly below the 4.8 million unit rate reached in January, but up about +4.7% from February 2014. The inventory of existing homes remained fairly tight, with only about 4.6 months of supply. Existing home prices in February were up slightly from January, and were nearly +8.2% higher than year-ago levels. In the new home segment, the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) Housing Market Index (HMI), a measure of homebuilding activity, ended the quarter at a level of 53, down from the previous quarter’s reading of 58, and the lowest level since July 2014. The decline was disappointing, as many housing analysts had expected a rise, but the index still remains above the neutral rating of 50. The outlook for housing is less certain than in the past few quarters, as countervailing forces impact the market. On one hand, employment is improving, and mortgage rates remain low. However, waning consumer confidence, an uptick in gasoline prices, and anticipation of a looming increase in interest rates are potential hindrances to significant housing gains.
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I bought this contract at $13.25 and sold it for $70.25, resulting in a $57 profit, less $1.80 in exchange fees. With just $13.25 at risk per contract on this trade, I realized a better than four-fold return on capital risked. If I had traded 10 contracts, I would have risked $132.50 for a $570 profit.
I opted to cash out. I felt that the -.5 deviation level was going to be a hard resistance level. My contract was worth $57 in profit, so I decided to exit the trade and take profit. As soon as I cashed out, the market made a sharp downward reversal, which made me feel better about my decision. Ultimately, the market turned back up before barely expiring ITM at 2074.80. If I had held the contract until expiration, I would have taken the full $86.75 profit.
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Looking at at the charts today, you can clearly see the bearish momentum in the /ES between 6:40 and 9:40. The market dove was below the Value Area Low (VAL) box shown in gray, and diving through the -.5 deviation level before hitting the -1 standard deviation level. According to Sean, there's a 70 percent probability that the market will close above the -1 deviation level. Sean placed a daily trade, buying at 2064, just below the -1 deviation level. He risked $59.25 to make $40.75, per contract. The odds were on his side. Every night, Sean prepares his "Battle Plan" for the /ES (S&P 500) , /TF (Russel 2K), /CL (Crude Oil) and /GC (Gold) futures markets. He plots Value area boxes, historical points of control (POC) and daily deviation levels. Then he shares his ThinkOrSwim (TOS) work space with his subscribers, along with a YouTube "Battle Plan" for the /TF and /ES markets to help members follow his trading plan (see video below).
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I looked at the Nadex Charts and selected the 10 am-12 pm time frame. The market was trading around 2067 just after 10am. Looking at the price ladder, I took a Nadex BUY proposition at 2074.5, risking a maximum of $13.25 to make a maximum of $86.75 per contract. The 2074.5 strike price was just a hair below the -.5 deviation level. Very little risk for a potentially nice return.
Just after 9:40 am EST, Sean Jantz, founder of the Binary Trade Group posted a message on their private Facebook chat page that he was BUYING the /ES. Buying? Really? I had to take a closer look. He had chosen an in-the-money trade, risking $80 to make $20. He was trading from a position of extreme safety, and I had little doubt that his trade would be successful.
Using the same information, I was wondering how far the market would make its reversal. Could the market move from the -1 deviation level, which was acting as support, all the way back up to the -.5 deviation level? If so, what kind of OTM trade would Nadex offer me?
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Leverage is a novel idea that has made the Forex market very attractive to individual traders, which is why so many of us are getting into the industry. Leverage in Forex trading can go as high as 1000:1, which means you can control 1000 times the value of a trade compared to the margin you put up. On its face, it sounds like a great offer, make a $100,000 worth trade with only $100! Until you consider the flipside.
The MACD, which is short for Moving Average Convergence Divergence, is an incredibly important tool to most traders, and for good reason. It’s a great technical indicator for signaling when is the best time to buy, and when is the best time to sell an asset. By using two separate moving averages, the tool gives a depiction of the strength of a trend and provides a signal when the trend is going to change. This is done by subtra...
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Index futures are basically identical to commodities except that they use a multiplier in the pricing. Here are some Index Futures from Bloomberg:
The other variation is the single stock futures. The quotes for single stock futures look mostly like the index futures above:
The months in the first column refer to the delivery month of the contract being traded. If you need a refresher on the consequences of delivery, check out the Investopedia Futures Tutorial. The last thing to remember is that the quotes appearing in the newspapers always refer to the previous day’s trading numbers.
The traditional futures quote as a static line of ink in a newspaper is all but gone. Now futures traders working with commodities, index futures, and single stock futures can get the latest data direct from the exchanges to see how the trading session concluded. That said, a futures trader transported from 1914 to today would still be able to read and understand most of the information in the quotes, and he’d likely be much more fascinated by the screen he was reading it on.
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In 2003, Stanger started dating Andy Friedman, a real-estate executive whom she met through another matchmaker. 14 On July 22, 2009, Lalate.com announced that Friedman had proposed on May 31, her birthday. They did not agree on a date for the wedding, although episodes of season three of The Millionaire Matchmaker showed Stanger engaged in wedding planning activities, and she spoke openly to the media about details of the wedding. 15
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In 2008, Stanger signed a deal to have her own reality show called Millionaire Matchmaker on the Bravo TV Network. Stanger stars in and produces the show. 9
In March 2012, Stanger started dating baseball player turned mortgage broker David Krause, whom she met online. They exchanged promise rings, but their relationship has since ended. 20
On September 25, 2011, during a taping of Watch What Happens Live hosted by Andy Cohen, Stanger made some controversial remarks. When responding to a question from a gay man about a long-distance open relationship, she said, "There is no curbing you people". She later told a viewer who Skyped in, "You are very handsome, I thought you were straight." She went on to explain that she meant he was not "queen-y". Stanger also made comments about Jewish men and smart women that viewers and critics deemed offensive. 21
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However, if you have the time to spare I would not discourage anyone from going the no fee route, as the savings can be huge. Most of the New York City apartment rental websites offer a filter option to view only no fee apartments. Personally I have found Craigslist and Urban Sherpa to have the best selection.
Such a tool was not available when I was searching for my current apartment (I actually found it wandering from building to building on foot). Hopefully you will find the map helpful in your search. If you have any feedback for how we can make the map more useful, or if you have any questions about broker fees that were not answered in this post, please feel free to contact us.
Is there any way around the broker fees? If you are willing to put in a little work, there are indeed ways of reducing the broker fee or even eliminating it entirely. Below are a few of the tactics to consider.
In the case of some large buildings, apartment listings may be handled in-house, in which case there would no listing agent involved at all. So when viewing apartments with an agent, be sure to ask if this is the case. As in the above situations, if there is no listing agent involved, all of the fee goes to the your agent, which means the commission should be lower.
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Brokers play a multi-faceted role in the financial markets. They not only provide access to the various financial markets using the trading software they offer their clients, they also serve as the depository of monies from traders all over the world used as trading capital. When trading capital is lodged with an entity, there have to be checks and balances to ensure that these monies are not tampered with. There also has to be a process to ensure transparency and fairness in the conduct of trading and brokerage business, especially when market making counterparties are involved. Then there has to be a system of redress and compensation when brokers are found to have shortchanged their clients. This is where regulation comes in.
Forex is a leveraged market, and can only be traded on margin. Brokers provide access to different types of accounts, as well as two fundamental brokerage models (market maker/dealing desk and ECN/non-dealing desk brokerage models).
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Use the diagrams in the downloads section to work through all the options in your own time: a long call, short call, long put and short put.
1:19Skip to 1 minute and 19 seconds In this video, we will study payoff diagrams by using a call option. The first graph we will look at is the payoff diagram for a long call option. In this example, the investor bought a call option that allows him to buy firm A's stock at the price of 30 on the expiration date. The premium to purchase the call was 5. The horizontal axis indicates the market price of the underlying asset, which changes along with the market condition, whereas the vertical axis represents the option payoff and the overall profit.
Payoff diagrams for options are more complicated than those of a futures contract.
5:32Skip to 5 minutes and 32 seconds On the other hand, if the market price is lower than the exercise price of 30, then the option holder will not exercise this option. Hence, the option seller will make a small profit equal to the option premium they received. Notice how the profit line, in red, is above the option payoff line for the seller of the call option. We have added two further examples below showing payoff diagrams for a long put option and a short put option. Have a look and share your thoughts on those with your fellow learners. Remember, a long put involves purchasing the right to sell the asset at the exercise price, labelled E.
3:18Skip to 3 minutes and 18 seconds The lower line, in red, shows profit and losses once we take into account the option premium. We can see that the lower line is obtained by moving the upper line down by the magnitude of the option premium, which is 5 per share. Therefore, including the cost of buying the option in the picture, we see that the market price should be higher than 35 for the investor to make a net profit. For a market price between 35 and 30 the investor will make a small overall loss - the gain from exercising the option offsets some, but not all of the option premium. In this case, the option seller makes the profit. Now, what about the payoff for a short call option?
In this video, Dr Hong Bo expains how the payoff structure of an options contract does not only depend on investors’ long or short position in the options market, but also depends on the type of the option, ie, whether it is a call option or a put option.
0:13Skip to 0 minutes and 13 secondsPayoff diagrams for options are more complicated than those of a futures contract. This is because the payoff structure of an options contract does not only depend on investors' long or short position in the options market, but also depends on the type of the option, ie, whether it is a call option or a put option. Call options give the investor the right to buy the underlying asset on the expiration date, whereas a put option provides the investor with the right to sell the underlying asset on the expiration date. So payoff diagrams for an options contract will have four possible variations - the long call, the short call, the long put and finally, the short put.
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Walmart is leagues behind Amazon when it comes to online shopping, and up until now, it's been incapable of fulfilling two-day shipping for orders made via its website. This project requires serious investment and a willingness in the part of the old-school retailer (as The Information calls it) to change its ways and improve its online presence and infrastructures. The service launching this summer is invite-only, and the company will only decide where to go from there based on the testers' feedback.
Walmart's apparently gearing up to challenge Amazon on its turf and has conjured up a Prime competitor that will begin testing as soon as this summer. According to sources, the company's unlimited two-to-three-day shipping service for online purchases will cost $50, almost half of what Prime costs ($99). Amazon's version comes with add-ons, though, such as free video and music streaming, which Walmart won't be able to offer for now. However, The Information says Walmart is considering adding features to its codename "Tahoe" service. They may include something that involves Vudu, a video streaming service the company owns, as well as same-day grocery delivery, which it already does in five markets. The chain might also partner with other companies for perks meant to entice customers to sign up.
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