Some mathematical properties of the futures market platform
This is an introductory work to analytical properties of the futures market platform’s main parameters. The underlying mechanism of this market structure is formulated into a mathematical dynamical model. Some mathematical properties of traders’ positions, their potential and realized wealths, market open interest and average price, are stated and demonstrated.
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