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nikol


Total Posts: 551
Joined: Jun 2005
 
Posted: 2018-06-20 20:01
in philosophical/funny mood:
- men are bidding and women are asking. can be reverse. depends on liquidity.
- limit orders = bachelors
- market orders = marriage
- market makers = pickup'ers (statistics matters!)
- iceberg order = 'still waters run deep'
- remote whale stop-loss order = unicorn

and bla bla bla

Maggette


Total Posts: 1062
Joined: Jun 2007
 
Posted: 2018-07-02 18:58
- stop-loss = prenuptial agreement


Ich kam hierher und sah dich und deine Leute lächeln, und sagte mir: Maggette, scheiss auf den small talk, lass lieber deine Fäuste sprechen...

ronin


Total Posts: 361
Joined: May 2006
 
Posted: 2018-07-02 19:17
- execution algorithm = pick-up artist
- wash trade = masturbation
- ex-dividend = pregnant
- witching hour = party
- broker = dating agency
- HFT = speed dating



"There is a SIX am?" -- Arthur

day1pnl


Total Posts: 45
Joined: Jun 2017
 
Posted: 2018-07-02 21:10
BWIC - https://newrepublic.com/article/112497/bids-wanted-competition-how-wall-street-discusses-dating

nikol


Total Posts: 551
Joined: Jun 2005
 
Posted: 2018-07-09 17:23
> - ex-dividend = pregnant

Index stock yield - population growth rate

flash order, flash crash - ?

polysena


Total Posts: 1064
Joined: Nov 2007
 
Posted: 2018-11-07 18:55
Nikol a new variant of the marriage game, one of my favorite combinatorial pbs :)Hall's marriage Lemma Poly

Свобода - это то, что у меня внутри. (Ленинград и Кипелов - "Свобода") Кому то очень больно, а кому то заебись (Серебряная свадьба)

nikol


Total Posts: 551
Joined: Jun 2005
 
Posted: 2018-11-09 17:40
@polysena

Did not ever know Hall's theorem. Geez, if I would have known that I could follow optimal path !

"The graph theoretic formulation deals with a bipartite graph. It gives a necessary and sufficient condition for finding a matching that covers at least one side of the graph"

Modern society is no longer represented by "bipartite graph". We have even "circuit closed graphs". And that is without mentioning multigraphs and automorphic graphs ("circuit closed" one is subset of it) !

Thutte's theorem is free from bipartite graph assumption!
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