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answered QuantLib in industry
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comment QuantLib in industry
Dude you entirely missed the question. May we remind you of Wittgenstein's Axiom 7 ?
Feb
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revised What are the ensemble techniques to forecast returns?
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answered What are the ensemble techniques to forecast returns?
Feb
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revised What's the difference between volatility and variance?
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Feb
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answered What's the difference between volatility and variance?
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Feb
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revised How does the “risk-neutral pricing framework” work?
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Feb
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answered What are the limitations of Gaussian copulas in respect to pricing credit derivatives?
Feb
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comment Is there a way to estimate (predict) the half life of a quantitative trading system?
That's my point, this was a rhetorical device. You can't, hence you cannot model how your trading model would do within the realm of your meta-model.
Feb
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there a way to estimate (predict) the half life of a quantitative trading system?
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answered Is there a way to estimate (predict) the half life of a quantitative trading system?
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Feb
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revised What concepts are the most dangerous ones in quantitative finance work?
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Feb
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comment What concepts are the most dangerous ones in quantitative finance work?
Very good one! And there were a number of recent write-ups on this. Do you have a good or favourite reference?
Feb
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answered What concepts are the most dangerous ones in quantitative finance work?