QuantNet Best-Selling Quant Books of 2011

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  1. A Primer for the Mathematics of Financial Engineering, 2nd Ed - Dan Stefanica
  2. Fifty Challenging Problems in Probability with Solutions – Frederick Mosteller
  3. Solutions, Primer For The Mathematics Of Financial Engineering, 2nd Ed - Dan Stefanica
  4. Quant Job Interview Questions And Answers– Mark Joshi
  5. My Life as a Quant: Reflections on Physics and Finance – Emanuel Derman
  6. The Complete Guide to Capital Markets for Quantitative Professionals
  7. A Practical Guide To Quantitative Finance Interviews – Xinfeng Zhou
  8. Liar's Poker - Michael Lewis
  9. Quantitative Trading: How to Build Your Own Algorithmic Trading Business - Ernie Chan
  10. Frequently Asked Questions in Quantitative Finance - Paul Wilmott
  11. How I Became a Quant: Insights from 25 of Wall Street's Elite - Richard R. Lindsey
  12. Problem Solving with C++, 8th Edition - Walter Savitch
  13. Options, Futures and Other Derivatives (8th Edition) - John Hull
  14. Stochastic Calculus for Finance II: Continuous-Time Models - Steve Shreve
  15. Heard on The Street: Quantitative Questions from Wall Street Job Interviews - Timothy Crack
  16. Principles of Financial Engineering, 2nd Edition - Salih Neftci
  17. C++ Design Patterns and Derivatives Pricing - Mark Joshi
  18. The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine - Michael Lewis
  19. Red-Blooded Risk: The Secret History of Wall Street - Aaron Brown
  20. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator - Edwin Lefevre
  21. The Quants: How a New Breed of Math Whizzes Conquered Wall Street and Nearly Destroyed It - Scott Patterson
  22. Understanding Wall Street, Fifth Edition - Jeffrey Little
  23. Working the Street: What You Need to Know About Life on Wall Street- Erik Banks
  24. Paul Wilmott on Quantitative Finance 3 Volume Set (2nd Edition) - Paul Wilmott
  25. Starting Your Career as a Wall Street Quant - Brett Jiu
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John

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Liar's Poker is an awesome read. Stories concerning bond sales for me has always been more interesting than those on equity sales. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator should be on any aspiring trader's bookshelf (be a trader, not an analyst...)
 
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