I have no good way to handle the wide spread and manipulation issues now. Maybe those are real challenges and I have to expect a long process of trial and error.

- June 15th, 2020, 7:37 am
- Forum: Trading Forum
- Topic: How to interpret the switching between price and time priority of the limit order?
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**1990**

I have no good way to handle the wide spread and manipulation issues now. Maybe those are real challenges and I have to expect a long process of trial and error.

- June 12th, 2020, 2:17 pm
- Forum: Trading Forum
- Topic: How to interpret the switching between price and time priority of the limit order?
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**1990**

I find the queues are frequently long enough. A market making strategy for large tick asset may be suitable.

- June 11th, 2020, 3:32 pm
- Forum: Trading Forum
- Topic: How to interpret the switching between price and time priority of the limit order?
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**1990**

It is known that small tick size assets are more volatile, and the queues on limit order price are relatively short, so that they are filled mainly based on price-priority. For large tick size, the queues are usually much longer and time priority dominant. However, I find a future on cryptocurrency ...

- April 23rd, 2020, 2:16 am
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this quasi-variational inequality (QVI) numerically?
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Yes, i t is a minimisation problem at each time level. I hope this is a non-trival example: $$ 0=\min[ \frac{\partial{h(t,s)}}{\partial{t}}+ \min \limits_{a\in A} (\mathbb{E}(h(t,s+\xi a)-h(t,s-\xi a))) ; h(t,s)-b; -h(t,s)-b]$$ where \(\mathbb{E} \) is the expectation operator with respect to the B...

- April 22nd, 2020, 5:52 am
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this quasi-variational inequality (QVI) numerically?
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Maybe the QVI above can be simplified as below: $$ 0=min( \frac{\partial{h}}{\partial{t}}+\phi_1 h; \phi_2 h; \phi_3 h) $$ where \( \phi_1,\phi_2\), and \(\phi_3 \) indicate some combinations of operators (e.g. differential operator or expectation operator) on an unknown function \( h \). Is there...

- April 22nd, 2020, 1:05 am
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this quasi-variational inequality (QVI) numerically?
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Sorry,I have updated with a full link

- April 21st, 2020, 10:58 am
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this quasi-variational inequality (QVI) numerically?
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<a href= https://i.ibb.co/zbWQyPg/QVI.jpg " /> I found this equation from Eq (10) in the paper Hedge and Speculate: Replicating Option Payoffs with Limit and Market Orders by Alvaro Cartea, Luhui Gan, and Sebastian Jaimungal. I think I can solve the first equation which is for the use of limit or...

- April 13th, 2020, 10:11 am
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this ODE?
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**1992**

Thank you so much for your suggestions. I think I can solve this ODE numerically with (1) A psuedo time term is added to the equation as below: $$ min[rV(x)-\frac{\sigma^2}{2} \frac{d^2V(x)}{dx^2}-\mu(\theta-x) \frac{dV(x)}{dx}+\frac{dV(x)}{dt}, V(x)-(x-c)]=0 $$ (2) boundary conditions: \(\frac {\pa...

- March 30th, 2020, 10:06 am
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this ODE?
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**1992**

Thank you all for your suggestions. Following Alan’s suggestions to split the integration limits, I can do the integration by a change of variable method to go around the singularity point. However, I am still not sure on the below two questions: (1) Boundary conditions It seems that as \(x\rig...

- March 27th, 2020, 12:35 pm
- Forum: Numerical Methods Forum
- Topic: How to solve this ODE?
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**1992**

The following ODE is obtained from the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process. I read it from the paper Optimal Mean Reversion Trading with Transaction Costs and Stop-Loss Exit. $$ \frac{\sigma^2}{2} \frac{d^2u(x)}{dx^2}+\mu(\theta-x) \frac{du(x)}{dx}=ru(x) $$ The paper does not provide the boundary conditions ...

- February 18th, 2020, 10:02 am
- Forum: Technical Forum
- Topic: Is Ito’s lemma applicable to a diffusion process with transition probability?
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- February 14th, 2020, 8:15 am
- Forum: Technical Forum
- Topic: Is Ito’s lemma applicable to a diffusion process with transition probability?
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**3036**

I want to model a continuous variable \(X_t\) by a stochastic process. With probability \(1-q(X_t)dt\) at an infinitesimal period \(dt\), it is a diffusion process. However, with probability \(q(X_t)dt\), \(X_t\) may jump to \(Y_t\). The probability density function of \(Y_t\) is \(p(Y_t)\). If I am...

- November 21st, 2019, 12:28 am
- Forum: General Forum
- Topic: How to make ito's forumula for jump-diffusion a martingale
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Thank you so much Alan. That's my also my understanding of this problem before reading page 26 of http://people.ucalgary.ca/~aswish/JumpProcesses.pdf, based on which after vanishing the \(dt\) term, there should be an additional \( -E [Z_{N_t}] \eta_t f'(X_t) \) term in the \(f(t,x) \) PIDE.

- November 20th, 2019, 7:41 am
- Forum: General Forum
- Topic: What’s Ito’s lemma for Poisson process in this function?
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Thank you Alan. Maybe I confuse it with something. I have made a new thread for this problem.

- November 20th, 2019, 7:40 am
- Forum: General Forum
- Topic: How to make ito's forumula for jump-diffusion a martingale
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\(dY_t=Z_{N_t} dN_t \) is a compound Poisson process with intensity \(\lambda\) and \( Z_{N_t} \) is a random variable for the jump size. \(dW_t \) is Brownian motion. The jump diffusion process \(X_t\) is defined as $$ dX_t=\nu_t dt+u_t dW_t + \eta_t dY_t$$ So the Ito's lemma for this jump diffusio...

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