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  1. BayesKid

    Debt: The First 5,000 Years

    I read the Tett review and I don't understand the last bit about debt forgiveness: But in the western world today, governments are intent on protecting creditors, not debtors. What makes the west an outlier, in other words, is not just the presence of credit cards or the existence of virtual...
  2. BayesKid

    Statistical Trading Firms

    DE Shaw comes to mind, they are heavily into stat-driven electronic trading.
  3. BayesKid

    QUANTNET Supporting Members

    Re fund raising, just wanted to float the idea of a quantnet dunk tank :) (no pun intended) Dunk your fave (or anti-fave) professor is always a good draw.
  4. BayesKid

    DISCUSSION on second rated MFE programs

    Hi Tigga - I finished the program a few years ago and at the time there was not a Computation in Finance C++ nor C# course. UofC introduced the course 2-3 years ago so I can't comment much on it ... take the following with a grain of salt, from what I hear: * C# is being used for the first...
  5. BayesKid

    New Quantnet members say hi

    Hi Andy! Actually I found out bout quantnet.com thru wilmott.com ... but I was a lurker til yesterday. Had to thank ya for that C# code because it saved my life- exactly the sort of example I was looking for. I work in Chicago, a small option marketmaking prop shop, but interested in some of...
  6. BayesKid

    New Quantnet members say hi

    heyy everyone - glad to find this site! fairly recent graduate from UChicago's Financial Math program, workin at my first job, getting knee-deep in C# now. Andy, thx for some of the great code u've put up here!! Especially creating UDF's in Excel using C# and VS2008. very verrrry...