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  1. Diego Calderon

    Which Offer to Choose?

    I have 2 offers to choose from: 1.) Analyst position within the Utility industry (specifically Energy) using time series analysis to forecast price, load, etc. The role is central to the company, which is very large. Modelling experience, programming, stats, plus connections to...
  2. Diego Calderon

    History of Yield Curve

    U.S. Treasury Forward rates as compiled by Donald R. van Deventer at the Kamakura Corporation. The yield curve dates back to the 1960s and is provided with historical commentary to boot - super cool visual
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    Energy & Energy Derivatives Conference @ Claremont

    Energy & Energy Derivatives Conference Hosted by The Peter F Drucker & Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management and School of Mathematical Sciences. Friday, October 7 , 2011 8:30am - 6:00pm 1021 N. Dartmouth Ave. Claremont, CA 91711 The conference will address the latest topics in...
  4. Diego Calderon

    Chavez - Genius or Madman?

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-18/chavez-emptying-bank-of-england-vault-as-venezuela-brings-back-gold-hoard.html Furthermore, I'm interested to hear people's thoughts on the gold bubble...
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    BUILD Windows Conference - Anaheim, CA

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    Tau Day instead of Pi Day :p
  7. Diego Calderon

    COMPARE BU Mathematical Finance vs. Claremont Financial Engineering program

    I have a choice between attending either Claremont's Financial Engineering program or Boston University's Mathematical Finance program. Claremont gave me 35% Tuition whereas BU gave me a staunchy 6K. I like BU's program better than Claremont's because it has a better integration of programming...