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Jun
8
comment Return volatility or Price Volatility
Not an exact duplicate but this is indeed quite basic and the linked question deals with the same issue.
Jun
8
comment Return volatility or Price Volatility
Prices are not stationary and returns are (or at least come closer). Therefore for statistical analysis it's better to use returns.
Jun
7
reviewed No Action Needed where to get long time historical intraday data?
Jun
6
reviewed No Action Needed What is a standard credit default swap contract and where can I find spread data? What alternatives exist to judge creditworthiness?
Jun
5
answered What is the borne function mentioned in this paper?
Jun
5
reviewed Reviewed What is the borne function mentioned in this paper?
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Calculating VaR with Monte Carlo simulation
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Tradeable => Satisfies pricing equation?
Jun
5
reviewed Approve How do I show that there is no tangency portfolio?
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed How do I interpret yield curve data points given by the US Treasury?
Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed What open source trading platform are available
Jun
4
comment Forecasting using GARCH in R
Could you please put the comments into the question, the comments are not meant for this.
Jun
4
reviewed Looks OK How can I go about applying machine learning algorithms to stock markets?
Jun
4
reviewed Looks OK How can I go about applying machine learning algorithms to stock markets?
Jun
4
comment Free data on swap options
Is that data on swaptions?
Jun
4
comment importing columns of returns data into python from excel/csv
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because "I'm afraid this is a stack-overflow question" but it has already been answered.
Jun
4
comment importing columns of returns data into python from excel/csv
I'm not sure SO would take it but it has been answered (satisfactorily IMO) now anyways. So I close it as this is not a good example of the kind of questions we want.
Jun
4
comment Delta and gamma neutral
Hi, please see my post on Meta about what to do with these kinds of answers. The question feels like homework and this answer gives some pointers in the right direction.
Jun
4
comment New ways of communicating risk
Yes, but how would you do that? I'm downvoting as technically this is an answer but doesn't help.
Jun
3
reviewed Approve Speeding up computations: when to use Quasi and standard Monte-Carlo in pricing