Types of Line Stock Parameters


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A line stock refers to a group of specifications which define the physical type, material, grade, out-take, and other criteria of identified pipeline segments. Piping identifies the physical parameters within the line stock using mathematical equations and various other methodologies. The process of identifying a particular segment within the stock involves numerous steps such as surveying, material testing, identification, and in many cases, cost accounting. Line stock manufacturers then use these parameters to derive the market price for the stock.

One major advantage of using line stocks is that the specifications are typically defined in a laboratory or other controlled environment. Therefore, there is no need to rely on the judgment of individual managers in making key decisions about the definition of these parameters. This allows the company to more effectively address concerns raised by management regarding the definition of its products. Line stocks also provide management with a constant source of information regarding the physical parameters of the business. This is particularly useful when it comes to calculating the value of assets or liabilities.

An Overview

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Several methods are used in defining parameters on the line stock. These include the use of a standard database such as STML, which is a revision of the Resource withdrawn Limited Data Language (RDL), or one of several newer products such as NDL or qldml. In addition to database based parameters, several companies have introduced user-defined parameters which are compatible with their own data management systems. In this article we introduce three commonly used user-defined parameters.

A dialog box is the simplest of the three commonly used line stock parameters. It allows the user to define one or more parameters within the stock by selecting the items required from a text box on the screen. Once the items are selected, the corresponding value is immediately shown in the dialogue box. There are a number of advantages associated with dialog boxes; for example, the text boxes can be easily used to calculate the quantity of shares that can be bought or sold by the shareholders. Furthermore, it is possible to display different quantities depending on various criteria such as purchase price, sell price, maximum drawdown, dollar amount, and average price.

Types of Line Stock Parameters

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Another type of line stock parameters is the touch-tone pull-down menu. This button is available while the mouse is moving over one of the line stocks, and once the user clicks on this button, a pop up dialog box will appear. The user will be able to choose the option he/she wants from among the available selections displayed on the menu. This method is similar to that of the dialog box; however, it is performed by clicking on one of the lines. If the user clicks on “OK”, then a menu of buttons will be displayed on the screen.

One other commonly used stock parameter is the touch-tone routed pipe. If a profit target is defined in terms of percent, money control is achieved when this value is reached by the closing prices of the stocks. A user will be able to set the minimum and maximum drawdown points, and the remaining time for the drawndown will be automatically recorded in the Miter Gauge. Once this time limit is met, the user will be able to determine if the stock has reached the pre-determined value, and therefore, the sell or buy option will be triggered.

There are also some other types of line stock parameters. The first one is the continuous string indicator. This type of parameters utilizes a continuous series of values, which are all derived from the current price of the stock. The values are updated every second through the use of a default value for the random number generator. The continuous string indicator uses three major factors to determine the closing prices of the stock: the price of the average price, the open interest rate, and the duration of the trading session.

Bottom Line

The last two types of line stock parameters are the straight line drawdown function and the rounded Sine wave form. The straight line drawdown function utilizes a minimum and maximum bound for the volumes drawn. The rounded Sine wave form uses sine wave function to calculate the value of the volume stream. This value is then added up with the closing prices of the stocks and divided by the total number of draw downs to get the ratio of the stock volume versus the average price per share. The rounded Sine wave function can also be used with the constant default value, which is based on historical data. The Raster form is similar to the straight line drawdown, where each tick of the moving average line is represented as a single value.

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