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ArXiv is the standard resource of preprints in the field of physics. Almost all papers in physics are uploaded here before they are submitted to a journal. They also have a quantitative finance part: http://arxiv.org/archive/q-fin This section is not nearly as active as the physics-part of ArXiv though. Hopefully this will change in the future. There is ...


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@quantivity is an aggregator of interesting papers, as is http://www.thewholestreet.com/ Beyond that, I guess you must find the isolated communities of practitioners who can guide you or (or course) just follow up all the references of papers. Wilmott has a pretty solid message board for quant finance, quantopian is trying to build one for algo trading ...


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SSRN (Social Science Research Network) hosts a vast amount of papers, and the financial research section has, while not specialized in quant finance, a lot of interesting stuff to offer. Here's the link: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/JELJOUR_Results.cfm?form_name=journalbrowse&journal_id=2060735 The major difference between ArXiv and SSRN is that ArXiv ...


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My only source is google... The best advice I can give you is to add the search term: "filetype:pdf". You will end up with some papers, quality is not garanteed. Crosscheck the sources and you will find the name of an expert on the topic you are looking for. He/she will probably have a personnal website on his/her university with quality papers or the habits ...


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Yes, Wealth Lab used to have rankings and scores. Maybe it is only for registered users now. Portfolio123 also has systems with rankings, but you definitely have to be a member to see them. Equametrics also has algorithmic trading systems with free signups.


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It depends the kind of information you look for. Questions and answer. This web site is really the best I know on quant finance. You can browse "tags" and go the the associated wiki pages to have summarized information. Wilmott Forum is not that bad; Nuclear Phynance is good too. Generic knowledge. It depends on what area on finance you are interested ...


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Agree, a little broad topic. There are sites that use quant to pick stocks. fotatah.com is an example of site. It all depends on your goals (academic, trading, etc.)


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Besides this site which in my opinion has a huge adventage on how the questions and answers are presented, two major players come to mind. The Wilmott Forum And the QuantNet-Community I would say QuantNet is more on the educational and job-search side. You will find a lot of resources with respect to interview question and acedemic master programms. ...



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