This is the only post ever for this user on QuantNetThis definitely is a worth-to-go training. The only quant finance training bootcamp that I knew from my head.
Again, only post ever for this user on QuantNetHello There ,
I have attended ARPM Bootcamp in past and strongly recommend it to quant finance community.
You guessed it, the ONLY post ever for this user on QuantNetI would highly recommend attending and learning what all the hype is about.
The only po... you get the ideaI know that this thread was started in 2017, I attended the ARPM Bootcamp in 2018 and I am even considering attending this year (2019). The above responses are very accurate in their description of the ARPM bootcamp, I think Attilio's delivery of the ARPM Bootcamp is superb.
That’s very insightful. Feedback is very useful when one knows for sure it’s not the result of astroturfing.@ApolloChariot - quite possible they are promoting the course, but for what it’s worth I read their posts in full agreement with their feedback.
Meucci is an engaging presenter, knows the material deeply, and has distilled the theoretical component to those areas most relevant to (buy side) practice. The content is intense 12-13 hours a day of lecture and lab. I had a much weaker foundation when I attended ( basic stats, calculus, and linear algebra but nothing else), and I was quite engaged. Maybe at the level of a dog watching TV, but still quite entertaining. Obviously you can’t master the material in that time, but for the novice it provides a humbling overview of the field and for the expert a ready to go tool kit of code and caveats.
They have industry professionals come in and present throughout - and ironically I think @Peter Carr was one of the speakers when I was there. There’s a dinner as well where accomplished in the field come in to meet the students and promote their own favorite charities. Bob Litterman, etc.
Meucci also donates all the profit from his book to charity.
I’m hoping to attend next year - I’ll be 2/3 of the way through grad school, and to steal NYU Tandons idea, it would be a good capstone.