Definitions for "Expectancy"
That which is expected, or looked or waited for with interest; the object of expectation or hope.
Anticipation of a happening upon which hopes are founded. [D02737] Webster
1. in achievement situations, the perceived probability of success in a particular area. 2. in I/O psychology, the strength of the individual's beliefs about whether a particular outcome is attainable. (399, 664)
The position of being entitled to possession of any property at a future time by virtue of reversion, remainder or death
"n. a possibility of future enjoyment of something one counts on receiving, usually referring to real property or the estate of a deceased person, such as a remainder, reversion, or distribution after the death of someone who has use for life. See also: distribution remainder reversion "
Proceeds from an estate due in the future.
a theory, based on a motorist's "knowledge stores" of driving experiences, that suggests predictable driver responses to familiar situations and settings. Routine experiences, such as sufficient merging space at the end of a freeway ramp, become unconsciously established in the driver's mind - thus creating conflict should the "expectancy" not be met.
Or expected value. Pertaining to a random variable X, for a continuous random variable, the expected value is: E(X) = INTEGRAL(-inf, inf) [X f(X) dX]. The discrete expectation takes a similar form using a summation instead of an integral.
Keywords:  pleasurable
pleasurable expectation
Keywords:  best, average, risked, trades, per
How much can be expected to be made on the average over many trades. Expectancy is best stated in terms of how much can be made per money risked.
Keywords:  remaining, life, see
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The act of expecting; expectation.