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  • noun Plural form of martingale.

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Examples

  • Option pricing and general valuation of contingent claims -- partial differential equations and martingales (I would argue that you really don't understand a risk-neutral pricing argument unless you can approach it from both angles).

    Math and Economics, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Ezra had a cot for Emaline in a room where he kept a gathering of old saddles, blankets, bridles, lariats, spurs, halters and harnesses, hackamores and martingales, short-handled quirts, a pair of the long black bullwhips they had used when he and Eli were freighting with ox teams in South Dakota with their father, Eb Paint.

    Come Again No More

  • Ezra had a cot for Emaline in a room where he kept a gathering of old saddles, blankets, bridles, lariats, spurs, halters and harnesses, hackamores and martingales, short-handled quirts, a pair of the long black bullwhips they had used when he and Eli were freighting with ox teams in South Dakota with their father, Eb Paint.

    Come Again No More

  • Ezra had a cot for Emaline in a room where he kept a gathering of old saddles, blankets, bridles, lariats, spurs, halters and harnesses, hackamores and martingales, short-handled quirts, a pair of the long black bullwhips they had used when he and Eli were freighting with ox teams in South Dakota with their father, Eb Paint.

    Come Again No More

  • In their hands they held gold-colored bridles; their martingales were silken: so they came into the land.

    The Nibelungenlied

  • One saw the steeds wear narrow martingales of the best of silk, of which tale might be told.

    The Nibelungenlied

  • Many a time the martingales and deprived people whom we represent have posed the same bitter questions that Shylock posed in Shakespeare ` s Merchant of

    ADDRESS TO SOUTH AFRICAN BUSINESS EXECUTIVES

  • Many a time the martingales and deprived people whom we represent have posed the same bitter questions that Shylock posed in Shakespeare ` s Merchant of Venice:

    NELSON MANDELA'S ADDRESS TO SOUTH AFRICAN BUSINESS EXECUTIVES

  • Never use martingales on a colt when you first ride him; every movement of the hand should go right to the bit in the direction in which it is applied to the reins, without a martingale to change the direct of the force applied.

    The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild and Vicious Horses

  • After your colt has been rode until he is gentle and well accustomed to the bit, you may find it an advantage if he carries his head too high, or his nose too far out, to put martingales on him.

    The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild and Vicious Horses

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