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  • Consultant @ Veneficus
  • Interested in the combination of Finance and Computer Science

Jul
8
comment Isn't a perfect economic system always in debt?
No, I don't believe it fits there. It would have been a good fit on the now defunct economics.SE. I'm afraid you have to look outside the StackExchange Network for this one.
Jul
7
comment Isn't a perfect economic system always in debt?
Hi user9486, welcome to quant.SE. You're question is certainly of interest but Joshua Ulrich is right that it's too broad and not on-topic.
Jul
7
reviewed No Action Needed Isn't a perfect economic system always in debt?
Jul
7
comment Valuing a warrant on a warrant
Welcome to quant.SE and thanks for asking your question here.
Jul
7
revised Valuing a warrant on a warrant
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Jul
7
revised The Definition(s) of Momentum
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Jul
7
comment 2 stocks, no shorting vs shorting. (concrete questions, mean-variance)
Welcome to Quant.SE! Are you familiar with Mean-Variance optimization?
Jul
7
comment Commodity prices on Yahoo finance
I've updated the Liffe links but I'm afraid that's the best we have in terms of free/cheap commodity data. Have you had a look at the Comex-site, specifically the Market Data section?
Jul
7
revised What data sources are available online?
Update LIFFE links
Jul
6
revised Calculate rate of return of a stock, if there is a buy transaction occurs during the middle of financial year
Merge answer
Jul
5
comment Math basics of Equally-weighted Risk contributions
Welcome to Quant.SE! Why are you specifically looking for books? What are you missing in the academic papers on this subject?
Jul
5
revised Math basics of Equally-weighted Risk contributions
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Jul
5
reviewed Reviewed What is the intuition behind the fact that Modified duration = Macaulay Duration / (1+r)?
Jul
5
revised What is the intuition behind the fact that Modified duration = Macaulay Duration / (1+r)?
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Jul
4
revised What is the Most Efficient Way to Calculate the Internal Rate of Return IRR?
Fix link
Jul
3
reviewed No Action Needed Does Implied Volatility always exist?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
reviewed No Action Needed Common point between IR and Vol option pricing models?
Jul
2
reviewed No Action Needed R: Fast and efficient way of running a multivariate regression across a (really) large panel (First pass of Fama MacBeth)
Jul
1
revised Using Fourier Transforms for stock option pricing with stochastic interest rates
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