Mean reversion pays, but costs

Mean reversion pays, but costs

A difficult problem in trading algorithm design is linear transaction costs. This is quite distinct from, and much less analytically tractable than, purely quadratic costs (Garleanu & Pedersen, 2009), and unless very large positions are being traded it is the major source of slippage.

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Mean reversion pays, but costs

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