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You should just use Excel. You can do most of the thing you need with it, especially if you know some basics of VB programming. But even if you cannot, finding the correlation is really easy with Excel functions, like "linest" with the returns in parameters . Or just with a scatter plot and a trendline. Most traders just use it (connected with financial ...


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Option pricing is all about intrinsic value and time value. The intrinsic value is the difference between the strike price and the underlying market price. A call is a right to buy the underlying. Therefore intrinsic value of a call is positive when the strike price is below the underlying market price. You can buy for less than the market offer. A put is ...


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Reuters has historical financial news that goes back pretty far. I was doing some similar stuff with historical news and you can go back before 1950's, for certain companies. You can scrape from them using a scraper built by yourself (very easy to implement in python) or using a service like Kimono, which you can set to run every so often. Kimono also lets ...


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I don't think you're looking hard enough. Several in here: http://www.bloomberg.com/billionaires/


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This isn't a question related to quantitative finance. I'm voting to close but I will answer your question. I assume by "giving up equity", you exclude "giving up equity" to family or charitable trusts endowed by family. In that case, your premise is incorrect. Bosch is one of the largest companies in the world by employee count. 100% of it is owned by the ...



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