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Dec
26
answered What sources would you recommend for Real Time Market Data other than Bloomberg/Reuters?
Dec
26
revised Why do low standard deviation stocks tend to have superior future returns?
rephrased title as a question, added link for second paper
Dec
26
comment What sources would you recommend for Real Time Market Data other than Bloomberg/Reuters?
Please take time when you write your question, make sure it is complete, do a bit of formatting (as I did just now) and avoid acronyms like "HF" to make it understandable for all users.
Dec
26
revised What sources would you recommend for Real Time Market Data other than Bloomberg/Reuters?
rephrased title as a question, formatting
Dec
26
comment How to interpret/use VaR and Standard Deviation?
+1. Good answer Freddy, again!
Dec
26
comment How to interpret/use VaR and Standard Deviation?
My god... Just spend a bit of time to format your questions. It looks so much more understandable after what I just did.
Dec
26
revised How to interpret/use VaR and Standard Deviation?
formatting,rephrased question, retagged
Dec
25
reviewed No Action Needed How to attribute income that incurs a double liability in a P&L?
Dec
25
comment What sources would you recommend for Real Time Market Data other than Bloomberg/Reuters?
Ok I removed my vote. It wasn't clear for me. Nothing in the question indicated real-time data before your edit (which mentions it in the title only btw).
Dec
25
revised How to simulate stock prices using variance gamma process?
included link in the text.
Dec
25
revised What sources would you recommend for Real Time Market Data other than Bloomberg/Reuters?
removed courtesies, rephrased question
Dec
25
comment What sources would you recommend for Real Time Market Data other than Bloomberg/Reuters?
This post is dedicated to market data source. You should find your answer there.
Dec
25
comment easy one step option replication
You should correct your answer...
Dec
25
comment easy one step option replication
@AlexeyKalmykov good paper I like it!
Dec
24
comment easy one step option replication
+1. Excellent answer.
Dec
24
comment easy one step option replication
If you sell the call, you have to buy the stock. Otherwise you're not hedging anything. If you buy the call then your reasoning is correct.
Dec
24
revised easy one step option replication
just do a bit of formatting to make it at least understandable
Dec
24
comment easy one step option replication
Andrew why didn't you simply edit this answer?
Dec
23
reviewed Reviewed Can determinant of liquidity risk be used as a dimension or measure of liquidity risk
Dec
23
reviewed Reviewed How can I go about applying machine learning algorithms to stock markets?