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Risky asset bid and ask prices “tailored” to the riskaversion and the gainpropension of the traders are set up. They are calculated through the principle of the Extended Gini premium, a standard method used in nonlife insurance. Explicit formulae for the most common stochastic distributions of risky returns, are calculated. Sufficient and necessary conditions for successful trading are also discussed.
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