Stochastic


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Stochastic

In technical analysis, a way to calculate momentum in which one only considers price movements and not trading volume. Most calculations of momentum consider both factors. See also: Stochastic oscillator.
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The stochastic process produces a very broad distribution of potential lifetimes as shown in "Lifetime Possibilities" (page 102).
Stochastic screening is frequency modulated (FM) screening, as opposed to amplitude modulated (AM) screening.
The experiment stimulated a flurry of theoretical activity and a search for stochastic resonance in other physical systems, including a number of different electronic circuits.
Featuring basic results without heavy emphasis on proving theorems, Fundamentals of Stochastic Networks is a suitable book for courses on probability and stochastic networks, stochastic network calculus, and stochastic network optimization at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels.
Modelling Stochastic Volatility: A Review and Comparative Study
At the same time, the most recent stochastic indication for EMC leads our analysts to believe the potential exists for notable downside movement in the near future.
The broader use of stochastic models by senior management is essential in today's uncertain environment," says Jack Gibson, Tillinghast's North American Life Insurance and Financial Services Practice Leader.
The stock's recent bias should shortly be turned around, as argued by a study of short-term stochastic numbers.
Our analysts predict JPM should march sharply lower as predicted by the most recent short-term stochastic analysis.