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Yesterday, 12:44 pmThe Power of Relative Change 0

The power of Relative Change can be realized by its comparison to Classic Change.

Classic Change is calculated with the basic formulation shown below.



It can be rewritten as:



Relative Change is just a slight variation of Classic Change.

It alters the right side denominator from a to b; seen next.



Relative Change is a much more balanced measurement.

This becomes evident when we look at the two, in two different ways.

One is, you get back what was taken.

Two is, you put back what was given.

In all of these, if the amounts of give and take are the same, then it should be a wash; no gain or loss.

The table below shows the change for both Classic and Relative, in addition to their appropriated percentages, applied to some widget stocks.

Widget Stock X



Widget Stock Y



We see the sum of the changes is not a wash for the Classic Change, but it is for the Relative Change.

The Power of Relative Change will show its true power in another post.

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July 13, 2015, 6:18 pmClimate Chump Change Your Mind.

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July 9, 2015, 11:59 amThe Sign of the Times, Here's Your Sign, Sign Ahead... Signning Off.

 

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July 8, 2015, 6:07 pmHackers Hinted at Stock Market Turmoil Hours Before Wall Street Shutdown

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July 8, 2015, 12:49 pmHALT! Trade No Further...

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July 7, 2015, 4:26 pmThe New China Syndrome

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July 2, 2015, 1:12 amCameras / Phones ready?

Do Not give to the Guberment.

Post / Load it anywhere you can.

Pass It Peer 2 Peer, USB, Print It, do it any way you can.

http://www.infowars.com/report-fbi-agents-telling-friends-family-avoid-july-4-celebrations/

Jehocifer.

Red Eyes

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June 29, 2015, 6:07 pmAwe, Gee, AWE, Oh, Awe, Awe, Awe...

... Guess We Lose...  awe... gee... willikers... awe... darn...

Red Eyes

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June 23, 2015, 11:27 amSee!! A TVIX Reverse Split Feels Good in the Shorts.

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June 12, 2015, 8:26 pmThe Shaq Attaq

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June 11, 2015, 2:30 pmAwe... Woollfie...

Can't Get It Up.

Afraid to Blow It Down.

eh-he-he-hee...

Red Eyes

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June 10, 2015, 11:50 amShort the TVIX. Who Knew.

WE DID.

Keep watching the wrong one buttlick.

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June 8, 2015, 12:41 pmThe Decimal Date

Basic Code

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Function DateDecimal(ByVal Year, ByVal Month, ByVal Day) As Double
Dim a, b, c, n, Leap(2, 12) As Integer
a = 0: b = 0: c = 0: n = 0
Leap(0, 0) = 365: Leap(1, 0) = 366
Leap(0, 1) = 0: Leap(1, 1) = 0
Leap(0, 2) = 31: Leap(1, 2) = 31
Leap(0, 3) = 59: Leap(1, 3) = 60
Leap(0, 4) = 90: Leap(1, 4) = 91
Leap(0, 5) = 120: Leap(1, 5) = 121
Leap(0, 6) = 151: Leap(1, 6) = 152
Leap(0, 7) = 181: Leap(1, 7) = 182
Leap(0, 8) = 212: Leap(1, 8) = 213
Leap(0, 9) = 243: Leap(1, 9) = 244
Leap(0, 10) = 273: Leap(1, 10) = 274
Leap(0, 11) = 304: Leap(1, 11) = 305
Leap(0, 12) = 334: Leap(1, 12) = 335
If (Modulus(Year, 4) = 0) Then a = 1
If (Modulus(Year, 100) = 0) Then b = 1
If (Modulus(Year, 400) = 0) Then c = 1
n = a * b * c - a * b + a 'derived from the boolean math of n = (1 - ((1 - a) + (a * b * (1 - c))))
DateDecimal = Year + ((Leap(n, Month) + Day - 1) / Leap(n, 0))
End Function

Function Modulus(ByVal a As Double, ByVal b As Double) As Long
Modulus = a - b * Int(a / b)
End Function

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Last Edited: June 8, 2015, 12:44 pm

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June 5, 2015, 11:20 amThe Monthly Jobly

Just playing around.

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June 5, 2015, 9:10 amJob Jays of Jummer

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