Doesn't sub-7-min leave a lot of space for pretty average runners?
Still, she looks really fit! Great legs!
She's saying that "a lot of big platforms that can trade across asset classes have mechanistic stop losses whereas one of the things the team and i have already focused on is making sure that when there's a dislocation we are prepared to not just double down but tripe down when the facts and circumstances support that".
I have a phylosafi... (damn!) question: para mi, the market belongs to the same universality class of complex systems which I modelled in physics and social sciences (animal populations, societies, crystals with very complex physics, etc.). They generally exist at the border of the deterministic chaos - partly random and partly constrained by strong interactions. Their mathematics disregards the nature of "facts and circumstances" - if you poke them beyond some threshold, they will roll according to (one of) the trajectories in their phase space - no way back. Where does the "reasonable" part sounding in the above quote come from? At first, I'd suspect it's some sort an illusion coming from survivor bias.
BTW, if one figures out the trigger mechanisms (like reversing the seed of RNG based on numbers it returns) and try to game them, no?
(I hope I can edit this post after I manage to get some sleep...)