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View Poll Results: Did you use VaR for the contribution requirement?
I used VaR and MMR 6 14.29%
I used VaR and DNMMR 1 2.38%
I did not use VaR 35 83.33%
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Old 02-14-2018, 03:46 PM
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Let's hope. You guys have got me scared and I am expecting my grade any minute now.
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Thanks guys. I also looked at ratio of Max/CTE. I thought that might inform me how heavy the tail may be. If there are potential outliers impacting the CTE

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I didnít have VaR as one of my recommended metrics, but I referenced it when I recommended my tax amount (I.e. there is a less than (100-X)% chance of insolvency because the tax amount is above VaR(X))
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