Monday, March 2, 2020

Reversion to the Mean - Trading Glossary

A Reversion to the Mean can be looked at as an inventory adjustment that will occur in the later part of a trading session. This can be the result of intra-day traders liquidating their long positions or covering their short positions depending on what the market was doing that day. A reversion to the mean trade will always be targeted and is best taken when the market comes back into the day's developing value with a target at the VWAP or DPOC.

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