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Oct
29
revised C# Broker API for FX Trading
tags and idioms
Oct
26
comment Market making: buy on bid/sell on ask
@Shane I've already suspended this user. In the span of one day he's asked how stock prices are determined, what the limit-order book is, and how HFT adds to liquidity.
Oct
26
revised Categories of systematic trading strategies?
Correct market making since this led to confusion in another question.
Oct
25
comment How could HFT help increase liquidity?
This is a website for people who actually work in quantitative finance.
Oct
23
revised evaluation of volatility models using loss functions
English capitalizes the pronoun "I".
Oct
22
reviewed No Action Needed Is equity market making a game of speed?
Oct
22
reviewed Reviewed What are the best Journals & Conferences in Quantitative Finance?
Oct
21
revised How to check if a timeseries is stationary?
I have removed what I guess is this user's name.
Oct
21
comment Semi-strong efficiency and HFT
My favorite story of news readers gone wrong is the UAL sell-off in 2008 based on an old bankruptcy story that got republished without the original date.
Oct
21
reviewed Reject How good is managed code for algo trading?
Oct
20
comment Are two stocks with the same beta have a correlation of 1?
Your definition of beta is wrong.
Oct
17
revised What are the best Journals & Conferences in Quantitative Finance?
inlined link
Oct
17
revised What is most reasonable approach to determine side of a multi-leg options order?
Markdown formatting
Oct
17
revised Is Vasicek risk neutral?
Added LaTeX and removed signature
Oct
17
revised Correlated Wiener processes of different factors
Removed signature and uppercased the "i" pronoun.
Oct
14
revised Volatility Scaling
LaTeX
Oct
14
revised Volatility Scaling
LaTeX
Oct
14
revised Plain vanilla risk parity with trends forecasting power
Removed signature
Oct
11
awarded  Proofreader
Oct
11
reviewed Approve Modelling interest rate: AR(2) modelling