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comment What concepts are the most dangerous ones in quantitative finance work?
@user212 What evidence?
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reviewed Approve Solving Path Integral Problem in Quantitative Finance using Computer
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comment What is a stationary process?
I just think that it's something visual which can be understood easily, which is why I provided it.
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comment What is a stationary process?
I don't remember saying anything about independence...
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revised What is the intuition behind cointegration?
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comment What is the intuition behind cointegration?
I agree completely and gave you a +1. Your answer was spot on for the question.
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answered What is the intuition behind cointegration?
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comment Deterministic interpretation of stochastic differential equation
Your chances of getting an answer might increase if you split these questions up. I often find people can be intimidated by too many questions on here.
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comment Paradoxes in quantitative finance
Can you clarify a little further how this question differs from this one? quant.stackexchange.com/questions/156/…
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answered How do strategies deal with corporate actions?
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comment The Application of Quantitative Finance in Sports Betting
I don't think that this is on-topic, so I'm voting to close. See meta discussion here: meta.quant.stackexchange.com/questions/36/…
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comment What concepts are the most dangerous ones in quantitative finance work?
@quant_dev I wasn't disputing market efficiency in general, but just that $\beta$ can be effectively used for allocation (in the traditional CAPM framework).
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comment Appropriate measure of Volatility for economic returns from an asset?
@Harpeet That's a fair point; I raised this on meta: meta.quant.stackexchange.com/questions/35/…