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There is a very famous math finance cheat sheet already (by Prof. Wystup), you can find the content here: https://mathfinance2.com/Products/CheatSheet#Content
That means the null is not rejected and therefore test is inconclusive. With this type of testing you can only try to reject the null. Your non-rejection could have been due to lack of data, therefore you cannot conclude anything from it. If you want to somehow support your null, compute the confidence interval for your parameters and show that its ...
At this stage your sheet is focus on "stochastic calculus for derivative pricing". It is just a subset of math finance. You are missing: risk management (VaR, quantiles, etc) -- more statistics than stochastic calculus. See for instance the content of Attilio Meucci's book. quantitative trading (optimal trade scheduling, smart order routing, ...
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