Conditional Analysis - Is the expectational methodology which is probability-based, event-driven, and operates within a market environment which has dominant and secondary aspects.

Conditional analysis recognizes the empirical "stickiness" of prices and occasional price changes. While, in general, price changes may be random as to sign changes there is important statistical evidence that there are plus/minus biases in the size of changes.

These significant statistical findings can help to improve - though not guarantee - better trading and risk management performance.

For more information, this online site contains other references for the capital markets. The following list highlights some of these references.

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