Continuous-time trading and emergence of volatility
AbstractThis note continues investigation of randomness-type properties emerging in idealized financial markets with continuous price processes. It is shown, without making any probabilistic assumptions, that the strong variation exponent of non-constant price processes has to be 2, as in the case of continuous martingales.
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Date of creation: Dec 2007
Date of revision: Dec 2007
Publication status: Published in Electronic Communications in Probability 13, 319 - 324 (2008)
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