Rate of Change


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Rate of Change

In technical analysis, a measure of how fast the price of a security changes over time, expressed as a fraction or decimal. It is calculated as follows:

Rate of change = (closing price today - closing price X days ago) / closing price X days ago
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The continuous rate of change in stumpage prices can be estimated using linear regression by taking the natural log of equation [1]:
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