Registered: Jan 2002
08-09-12 02:24 PM
Quote from Paddler:
Thanks for the graph. Your contention is not complete.
The OV on bar.0 may appear to you to be a limiting constant. But we know that it has magnitude. What if it is SM? What if it is MO? What if it is of other type of magnitude?
There is an OV on bar.1 too. Since you are using VO on bar.1 for comparison with VO on bar.0 on a DIRECT relationship as volume stand-in, why ignore OV on bar.1?
Sorry guys, I noticed too late that there are more posts I didn't read yet. I'm catching up.
Here the two of you are discussing "overlap". For my "vocabulary list" I need to add "Ov"and "Vo". I think they stand for "Overlap" and "Volatility". Is that correct?
Overlap can have following values: None, small, half, most and all. Also true?
As I have never seen an "overlap table" I'm currently having difficulties to wrap my head around "overlap". What for and how can I use "overlap"?
There is a PACE table putting volume into different PACE categories which then relate to volatility. Did somebody see such a table also for overlap?