These variables can be used in comparison with the implied volatility of options.
mathematical notation lowercase 'sigma'
mathematical notation lowercase 'sigma' squared
mathematical notation lowercase 'beta'
Yearly = 250 or 365
Quarterly = 50 or 90
Monthly = 20 or...
The Anomaly Indicator is an idea I recently come up with. Its very simple, yet it can be extremely useful. The Anomaly indicator detects the current and general trend channels. When the yellow line which is the current channel, exits the general channel this will usually mean an anomaly. Anomalies can vary within meaning, from a trend reversal, a market change...
Fama-French 3 Factor Model
Extension of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
Ra = Rfr +
Ra = Return of the Asset
Rfr = Risk-Free Rate
βa = Beta Coefficient of the Asset
Rm - Rfr = Market Risk Premium
Fama-French 3 Factor
r = rf + β1*(rm - rf) + β2(smh) +β3(hml)
r = Expected rate of return
rf = Risk-free rate
ß = Factor’s coefficient...
V2 of previous CFC, added optional bull/bear squeeze.
squeeze can get a bit messy on extremely oversold/overbought markets like currently USDJPY in 1 hour timeframe, or any currency on low time frame during high volatility.
Alpha & Beta Indicators for Portfolio Performance
β = Σ Correlation (RP, RM) * (σP/σM)
α P = E(RP) –
RP = Portfolio Return (or Investment Return)
RM = Market Return (or Benchmark Index)
RF = Risk-Free Rate
How to use the Indicator
RM = SPX (Default)
The Market Return for the indicator has the options of $SPX, $NDX, or $DJI (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100,...
Good morning traders!
This time I want to share with you a little script that, thanks to the use of arrays, allows you to have interesting statistical and financial insights taken from the symbol on chart and compared to those of another symbol you desire (in this case the metrics taken from the perpetual future ETHUSDT are compared to those taken from the...
Alpha is a measure of the active return on an investment, the performance of that investment compared to the S&P500 index, where 0.01 = 1%
alpha < 0: the investment has earned too little for its risk (or, was too risky for the return)
alpha = 0: the investment has earned a return adequate for the risk taken
alpha > 0: the investment has a return in...