Monthly Archives: January 2018

wild rose and winter green

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Creating the Demand Component

Creating something implies causing it to exist. The identity not only has to do with what derives, but also the culpability of the creator. If I create a high-frequency algorithm to trade financial assets in a flash, for example, and … Continue reading

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contrast squared with intensity

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aggiungendo contrasto all’intensit√†

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wild rose with amber green

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That’s a Riot!

A French retailer discounted a popular chocolate-and-nut spread by 70% and it caused a riot. First of all, notice the effect pricing has, and then notice what the derivative value is. While we tend to think that the discount caused … Continue reading

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warming the trend

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