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    volatility

    There was an example in GARP stating "Suppose that an asset price is $60 and that its daily volatility is 2%. This means that a one-standard devaition move in the asset price over one day would be 60*0.02 or 1.20%. If we assume taht the change in the asset price is normally distributed we can be...
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    Regression with one regressor

    Hey david! I had a doubt while reading the chapter "regression with a single regressor" from Schweser. There was a statement that the variance of the slope(beta) decreases with the variance of the explanatory variable. The explanation given was higher variance of the explanatory (X) variable...
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