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If you need a rigorous formulation of proof-based UDT, this old post of mine might be helpful. Feel free to ask if anything isn't clear. Thanks for the link! What I don't understand is how this works in the context of empirical and logical uncertainty.
Also, it's unclear to me how this approach relates to Bayesian conditioning. In that sense, proof-based UDT would just be an elaborate specification of how to assign these conditional probabilities "from the viewpoint of the original position", so with updatelessness, and in the context of full logical inference and knowledge of the world, including knowledge about one's own decision algorithm.
I see how this is useful, but don't understand how it would at any point contradict normal Bayesian conditioning. As to your first question: if we ignore problems that involve updatelessness or if we just stipulate that EDT always had the opportunity to precommit , I haven't been able to find any formally specified problems where EDT and UDT diverge. I'm not sure if this works, but if it turns out to be identical to UDT, then I'm not sure which of the two is the better specified or easier to formalize one.
So staying in the Arbital framework , it could look something like this P stands for whatever prior probability distribution you care about :. For example, if the world is deterministic except for a single coinflip, you specify a preference ordering on pairs of outcomes of two deterministic worlds. Fairness or non-fairness of the coinflip will be encoded into the ordering, so the decision can be based on completely deterministic reasoning.
All probabilistic situations can be recast in this way. That's what UDT folks mean by "probability as caring". It's really cool that UDT lets you encode any setup with probability, prediction, precommitment etc. And since GL is decidable, you can even write a program that will solve all such problems for you. Betting on the Past: In my pocket says Bob I have a slip of paper on which is written a proposition P.
You must choose between two bets. Bet 1 is a bet on P at for a stake of one dollar. Bet 2 is a bet on P at for a stake of ten dollars. Before you choose whether to take Bet 1 or Bet 2 I should tell you what P is. It is the proposition that the past state of the world was such as to cause you now to take Bet 2. Alice is betting on a past state of the world. More precisely, Alice is betting on implications of the past state of the world, on what it means about the future, or perhaps on what it causes the future to be.
Specifically Alice's action, an implication of the past state of the world. If we say that Alice can causally influence her own action, it's fair to say that Alice can causally influence the truth of the proposition, even if she can't causally influence the state of the past.
So she can't influence the state of the past, but can influence implications of the state of the past, such as her own action. Similarly, a decision algorithm can't influence its own code, but can influence the result it computes. So I'm not even sure what CDT is supposed to do here, since it's not clear that the bet is really on the past state of the world and not on truth of a proposition about the future state of the world.
Perhaps if the bet was about the state of the world yesterday, LDT would still take Bet 2. It's better to avoid the idea of "change" in this context. Change always compares alternatives, but for UDT, there is no default state of the world before-decision-is-made, there are only alternative states of the world following the alternative decisions.
IntelligentHQ: As a new company entering the market what are your key offerings for clients? Our ambition and business model from the start has been to have low correlation to other asset classes in the clients portfolio. Our keyword and niche is diversification. We have for too long seen portfolios be too exposed to the stock market in addition to other asset classes that are dependent on current market sentiment.
In the volatile markets that we have seen for the past few years since , people have started to understand the concept of risk diversification much better and are looking to diversify their portfolio much more in markets that are not necessarily correlated or dependent on index movements or market climate.
The positions are then allocated and split into several small trades and executed in milliseconds. This means our risk holding period is significantly shorter making every trade less riskier than traditional trading. Most of our trading strategies are done and executed with the risk in mind and we always determine both risk and profits taking levels before entering trades. To most effectively increase the return rates, we trade currencies with deep liquidity and maintain a hour-a-day execution desk.
IntelligentHQ: You are based in Scandinavia and Sweden, a market without clear Forex regulation what are your thought about trading in Scandinavia, Sweden? And its regulatory challenges? Alexander : Being an asset manager in Sweden has undoubtedly been very beneficial for us. People generally associate Scandinavia and countries in the Northern hemisphere with a sense of stability and solid banking infrastructure and the Scandinavian market holds great potential for Forex trading as FX is still relatively young phenomenon here and growing as we speak.
Sweden was also one of the countries that survived the financial crisis of the best which is why a lot of investors have confidence investing in Sweden. FX is not considered as financial instrument and is thus not regulated in the same way as equities or funds. Because the market is still relatively small compared to other assets, we see a good growth rate in the near future and I think as FX becomes more mainstream and common in the Swedish market, there will be a push to regulate it as well which will indicate that the market is big enough to be considered a serious force.
Alexander : Our startup is different for several reasons. Our niche and competitive edge has from the beginning been our embrace of new technology and we have incorporated that in every aspect of the company to be able to be as flexible and efficient as possible.
Given our unique hybrid management strategy of tailored algorithmic trading and manual trading, we are significantly better equipped to give our clients good results and growth over time as we have different streams of revenue. This model has worked very well so far and has by and large minimized our loss months significantly as they both complement each other and ensure long term consistency to our clients.
All our clients have access to our analysts and we share our research content with them which ensures transparency and that the client is involved in the process from step one. Alexander : High-Frequency Trading is undoubtedly one of the trendiest subjects in the markets and has received considerable media attention in the past few years. As a part of our firm is based on HFT, we are naturally inclined to have a positive approach as we have seen the great potential it holds for our company in addition to the clients that we serve.
It not only allows us to take less risks but become more flexible in our trading which ultimately generates more profits and returns to our clients. There are numerous of benefits which are associated with HFT among them lower volatility, tighter spreads in addition to better liquidity in the markets.
It has also helped to cut costs for many companies enabling them to become more profitable and competitive in an increasingly tough market. Regulation on high-frequency trading especially on the equities market is certainly to be expected moving forward as we have seen with recent efforts in Germany.
And I think for any business to remain competitive, they will need to take appropriate action in order to adapt to the new regulatory landscape to come. However, technological advancement will continue regardless of regulation, and high-frequency trading on the FX market is bound to evolve and improve, albeit perhaps in a more regulated fashion in the future.
At the same time there is a large number of new companies entering the market each month. What is your opinion on current state of trading and the global Forex market? Alexander : The forex industry has had a phenomenal growth in the last five years and the industry as a whole has gone through a dramatic change with significantly more market participants especially in the retail sector. The awareness of Forex as an asset class is today significantly bigger mainstream, compared to 5 years ago, largely due to availability and accessibility to the market but also due to the financial crisis of that shed light and increased the popularity of forex as a serious investment alternative.
To meet this demand, there have been a lot of brokers that have flourished due to the popularity but also due to forex not being regulated in many parts of the world which have made it easier for small actors to thrive without many regulatory obstacles. Although the market as a whole holds a very bright future, with regulators worldwide focusing on increasing the supervision, a lot of brokers will need to adjust to the new regulatory landscape which will most likely contribute to the maturity of the market as it becomes mainstream and more traded as an asset class.
IntelligentHQ: What is scmforex. How do you differentiate yourself? Alexander : Innovation has been a key factor in our company spirit where we have constantly been improving our algorithms to make them faster, better and more efficient which has so far proven to be very successful. For example, we have been trying to develop and equip our algorithms with machine readable news and for the models to be able to effectively exploit and digest the news flow in the market and incorporate it in the trades that we do.
We are also trying to develop algorithms to be able to utilize Elliott Wave principle and identify market conditions for buy signals in the wave structures. A lot of these efforts and many more reflect our ambition to be at the forefront of new technology and innovation which gives our clients the confidence that they will always get value on their invested capital.
IntelligentHQ: Forex industry is using online marketing and social media in a very savvy way, what is your opinion on this?
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