I removed the duplicate. Thanks for letting me know.Hi,
The book 'Financial options:Theory to Practice' has been listed 2 times in the 'Good books to read before the MFE program' section.
It's listed at position no. 2 as well as 9.
Which one is the actual order?
There are now courses in that track offered by various programs. You may as well look into Data Science Master program since MFE is a short program so you won't learn much by taking a course or two.Is there any MQF/MFE program with Data Science concentration?
Just curious!
There are now courses in that track offered by various programs. You may as well look into Data Science Master program since MFE is a short program so you won't learn much by taking a course or two.
What about a section dedicated to HFT - High Frequency Trading
Yeah, I agree with youJust wanted to drop a recommendation for a specific course/topic. For stochastic calculus, there are two books by Steven Shreve. Any edition is pretty good. First volume is discrete-time processes. Second is continuous-time processes.
Stochastic Calculus for Finance I - The Binomial Asset Pricing Model
Stochastic Calculus for Finance II - Continuous-Time Models
Can anyone recommend any good algorithm book to prepare for quantitative analyst interview?
Currently I am reading Introduction to Algorithms by CLRS.
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