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Machine/Deep Learning for Exotic Option Pricing - Reference Request

Exotic options, in general, have very time-consuming valuation models. I believe in recent years there has been some research done on using supervised machine/deep learning to predict the valuation ...
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Starting Point for understanding Financial Theory for a Statistician

I am a Master’s student in Statistics who is interested in the field of Financial Modelling. I have very little experience or knowledge of Finance and have mostly worked on introductory projects in ...
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Other statistical financial modeling textbooks like Risk and asset allocation by Attilio Meucci

I recently read about the book (Risk and asset allocation) written by Attilio Meucci and I found those statistical modeling and inference methods quite robust in my point of view, although there are ...
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Looking for a good introduction to modelling ARCH-type models

I am starting to think about my dissertation topic for my undergraduate degree. I am interested in comparing volatility of stock indices during COVID-19 to the years leading up to the pandemic. I have ...
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Long-Term Energy Price Modelling: Log Returns, Distributions, Time-Weighting

I wish to forecast energy prices in the long-term (ca. 20 years) for energy-efficiency investments. While I understand that the energy carriers are particularly sensitive to external (geo-political) ...
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Mathematical proof that the covariance between two portfolios is $w_A^\top\Sigma w_B$

How to prove in a line-by-line derivation that the covariance between two mean-variance efficient portfolios is equal to $$w_A^\top\Sigma w_B$$ where $w_i$ is a unique portfolio weight vector, and $\...
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Efficient frontier portfolio's analytical solution for a given expected return $r$

$$\begin{equation} \boldsymbol{w}(r) = \frac{r\mathbf\Sigma^{-1} \boldsymbol{\mu}}{\boldsymbol{\mu}^{\top} \mathbf{\Sigma}^{-1}\boldsymbol{\mu}} \end{equation} $$ is the closed-form analytical ...
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Alternative low-moment measure of skewness

$$ \widehat{\text {Skew}}_{i, t}=\frac{3 \cdot\left[\hat{\mu}_{i, t}-\operatorname{median}\left(r_{i, d, t}\right)\right]}{\hat{\sigma}_{i, t}} $$ is called Low Moment Skewness by Baltas and Salinas (...
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Proof of Feller condition for CIR square root process. Any reference?

Could you please give me some reference for the proof of the so-called Feller condition as to a stochastic differential equation of the form: $$dr_t=a(b-r_t)dt+\sigma\sqrt{r_t}dB_t\tag{1}$$ with $\...
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Good references on PNL explain?

Can anyone share good references for how PNL explain should be calculated and presented for the best use of a derivatives trading desk?
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Concentration of measure phenomena in financial mathematics

Concentration of measure is a small area of statistics and probability theory that proved inequalities regarding the statistical properties of sets of random variables that exclude one of those random ...
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Spectral clustering in finance

What are some examples of applying spectral clustering to financial times series data or other areas of finance? Why spectral clustering was used for each application rather than other types of ...
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Clustering the observations in a price or returns series [closed]

Given one stock, what value would there be in clustering the individual sample observations within that stock's historical prices series, or its return series? is univariate clustering done in finance?...
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Which references would be useful as an introduction to econometrics as it pertains to CONTINUOUS TIME models?

It seems like the problem of trying to estimate model parameters for continuous time models is not commonly covered in standard econometric textbooks, even those focusing on time series. I certainly ...
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Symbol for the feasible set of portfolios in mean-variance analysis?

When we optimize some mean-variance efficient portfolio, it lies on the efficient frontier (blue line) which is considered superior to the feasible set of portfolios. The feasible set (red dots), on ...
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Book/Reference on LEAPs/ Long dated options

Can anyone suggest a book on pricing and trading in LEAPs / Long dated options (maturity atleast 6 months )or a generic book which covers this topic in great detail. I’m specifically looking at how ...
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Source on multivariate correlated geometric Brownian motion returns, not prices

Can anyone provide a source that formulates how to generate multivariate geometric Brownian motion returns using the Cholesky method with target correlation matrix, instead of correlated GBM prices? ...
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Where could I get a mathematical background on circular arbitrage?

I am particularly interested in the dependence of profit on the path length (the number of intermediate currencies) and graphical models / algorithms. More specifically: How can we model currency ...
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What are some of the more Math-oriented professional certificates in Finance? (more math-oriented than CFA) [closed]

What are some of the more Math-oriented professional certificates in Finance? In particular, I'm interested in learning about professional certificates that are more Math/Statistics-oriented than the ...
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Reference request for AI / deep learning for finance

Are there any particular references that are recommended for learning about AI / deep learning and how to apply them to quant finance? I have written programs that price options, done sentiment ...
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ETF pricing papers

May I request for research paper recommendations, if any, on existing models that study how the presence of ETFs affect equilibrium prices of the underlying assets? I am exploring a project on a ...
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Any books on systematic investing in credit securitized products (RMBS, CLO)?

I'm looking for books/research papers that would have information on systematic strategies used in the Credit Securitized products space (specifically RMBS, CLO, etc.), if there are any? I've been ...
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How to implement copula portfolio optimization?

This a reference request for any python notebooks, packages or blogs that teach how to do asset allocation using multivariate copulas. How can copula portfolio optimization actually be implemented in ...
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Portfolio models that maximize cumulative returns

Portfolio optimization typically looks at minimizing portfolio volatility, or maximizing the portfolio's Sharpe ratio (risk-adjusted return), but are there any recent, reasonable approaches to ...
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Book/ Articles recommendation for Volatility models

I am looking for references on volatility models. I want to gain more insights on these models but have a little background as of now. Thus, looking for references that can pick the topic from basics ...
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Asset pricing textbooks

What are some asset pricing textbooks that give a solid introduction into the field? I suggest one textbook per answer with a list of its pros and cons.
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Reference of using $\mu = \frac{1}{T}(\log K - \log S_0)$ in binomial tree model

Notations: Given a binomial tree with $N$ periods and time to maturity $T,$ let $\Delta t = T / N.$ It is well-known that CRR uses the up and down multipliers as $$u = e^{\sigma\sqrt{\Delta t}} \...
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Canonical text on numerical PDEs in finance

I am looking for a text similar to Glasserman's Monte Carlo Methods in Financial Engineering, but with a focus on numerical methods for PDEs. Glasserman's book seems to cover a lot for what is ...
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Fama Foundations of Finance today

Which could be a recent equivalent of Fama's book Foundations of Finance? By "equivalent" I mean a book which is rigorous, but without being a book on stochastic calculus; which is focused on stock ...
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Where can one get data concerning ETF holdings and changes in their holdings?

I am trying to write my masters thesis in finance and my topic will be ETF related. I wanted to ask whether it is possible to find data for an empirical analysis for my thesis. I have been searching ...
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Intraday volatility measures in comparison to end of day measurement

I'm experimenting with Parkinson's Number and the Garman-Klass estimator I'm wondering what the appropriate number of days to sample over, is the number over 1-day useful at all, or should one take it ...
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Basics of trading strategy development

I am Computer engineer and I know programming in python, go-lang, C++, I am interested in trading, I know how to make system to get data, send orders, back-test, fault-tolerance system, etc I have ...
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Reference for “an increase in volatility increases value/price of american options”

I'm looking for a textbook/journal article reference for the well-known result that an increase in volatility increases the value/price of a standard American (call and put) option. In the case of ...
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Forecasting volatility farther ahead with autoregressive machine learning

ARIMA and GARCH are old news for predicting volatility time series of asset returns. I am aware of papers that replace ARIMA and GARCH with machine learning algorithms to predict financial volatility ...
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References for Counterparty Credit Risk, especially derivatives exposure

I fortunately landed an internship in Model Risk Management in one of the largest European Banks and now am looking for good references for Counterparty Credit Risk, especially derivatives exposure, ...
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Fixes of quadratic utility when probability of decreasing utility is large

In finance and specifically portfolio theory, a popular utility function is quadratic utility $$ u(x)=x-\frac{\lambda}{2}(x-\mu_X)^2 $$ where $x$ is wealth and $\lambda$ is the parameter of risk ...
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HJM Model proofs

I am looking for a source that possibly has the proofs for the material in the first paper on the HJM model Heath, David, et al. “Bond Pricing and the Term Structure of Interest Rates: A New ...
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Portfolio optimization w.r.t. value at risk: introductory or survey references

I am looking for references introducing the problem of portfolio optimization when the target characteristic is value at risk. A textbook treatment would be great. Surveys on the topic are also ...
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Who came up with 3/2 SV model

Sorry, not a very quantitative question, but does anybody know who was the first person to write down and publish the 3/2 stochastic volatility model? I need this for a reference/bibliography.
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What's some good literature for Fourier transform methods?

I am looking for literature on Fourier methods in Quantitative Finance. I've been googling and found the book "Fourier Transform Methods in Finance" (Wiley), but the book seems poorly reviewed. ...
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Strategic asset allocation research

I am currently trying to form an overall asset allocation strategy which combines base strategic allocation and tactical shifts. My model already incorporates the tactical shifts using various factors ...
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Practical Skew Model For Equity Options?

I'm looking for a simple model I can use to calibrate equity implied volatility surface. There are several models published in the literature, and most of them seem far too sophisticated for my ...
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Does Vasicek interest rate model had any derivation that follows from a list of assumptions?

I can't find that anywhere online and It doesn't seems to me that this model originated come from intuition or some human motivation but rather it is coming from computerized curve fitting as all the ...
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Mathematical models for personal finance decisions

I'm doing some bibliographic research on mathematical models for personal finance decisions. I should like to ask whether you know any of them, because the research that I did on Google Scholar haven'...
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Inverse Problems in Finance

Are there any canonical references for inverse problems in finance? For example, if I have a measure that evolves with Fokker-Planck dynamics, are there standard approaches used by the community to ...
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Most significant research articles for practical investors with research perspectives

I am an applied mathematician and recently I have decided to study the portfolio management theory. As a final objective, I want to manage my own portfolio and to try make some money on it using my ...
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Reference books for interest rates modeling?

I'm interviewing for a rates modeling quant role in a sell side bank. The role is centered around pricing and risk management of rates trading carried out by the front office. I've been told to ...
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Term structure of the ATM implied volatility of short term weekly options

It's an empirical fact that the implied volatility of short term weekly options are significantly higher than options that expire in a few weeks, and the volatility of the near term options get even ...
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Good References for Treasury Futures Spreads

I’m reading the excellent Treasury Bond Basis by Burghardt. I was wondering if there’s a similar quality book/paper about Yield curve spreads using treasury futures (i.e. NOL, NOB, FYT).
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Reference request for research on the maximum drawdown **ratio** (NOT value)

Let's suppose the asset price process follows a Geometric Brownian motion $S_t \sim GBM(\mu, \sigma),\,t\ge 0$, and define the two process: $$ \begin{align} \text{MSF}_t &:= \max_{\tau\in[0,t]} S_\...