What does parallelize ARIMA mean? I google “parallelize ARIMA” but no hits

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Hi Bryan,

It’s been a while since we have spoken. Hope you are doing well!

What does parallelize ARIMA mean? I google “parallelize ARIMA” and I get no hits. Please explain this.

Basicallty, watch my video to understand what ARIMA is and the potential of it:

Paralellizing means you can run these simulations in parallel on a number of markets assets within a cluster of systems. It is very powerful as it is done in R. This is what I am moving towards my new models. I hope this helps somewhat.  Learn more here as I get ready to demo this in my membership webinars.

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