Hey! I read your comment about garbage MFE programs.
I am hoping to get into the PhD Program in Applied Mathematics (Quantitative Finance) at Stony Brook. Would you call that a garbage university too? Should I not apply there?
I had mentioned to Devon about my other deadline. I am almost finished now and now we can free resources to get the slides and exercises. The C++17/20 is small compared to C++11. So it is an add in update. The rest of the course is the same. The two parts are essentially orthogonal.
So, you can wait or start and do the C++17/20 at the end.
Hi Andy, with Dr. Duffy posting new video footage of C++ 17/20, I was just curious to know how this affects the overall Advanced C++ program structure/curriculum. Have you guys revised the course structure outline with this new stuff? I've been waiting to start the Advanced course until this new material has been incorporated into it. Thank you.
I was wondering if you knew much about UCL's MSc in Computational Finance? I can't seem to find much about it, especially since it's a fairly new program. If you happened to know anything about its merits and reputation, I'd appreciate any such insight.
I'm a high school student who is really enthralled in the world of finance. I just watched your MIT OCW video and absolutely loved it, so I wanted to reach out to thank you so much for sharing such a good lecture (and for posting the spreadsheet/documents online). I think the idea of pursuing HFT is really exciting, so I'm trying to learn as much as I can as early
Have you heard anything about the UZH ETH quant finance program??
Would appreciate to get an advice, whether it is worth living 18 months in Switzerland and spending ~36K. The goal is to stay either in Switzerland or go to London (citizenship from non-eu country).
I have recently become much more active on QuantNet and was wondering what are we doing to increase the number of reviews for all the programs that we have on the website here. One idea is talking to someone is the departments of these programs and ask them to ask their students for a review? Not the best, but I think this a problem we should address to help this forum grow.
Over the last month, I have been working on my finals for University of London (there finals are in September in October), in addition doing a python bootcamp at Rutgers. As a result, I haven't been able to put in more time on this course. I was hoping to extend once possibly twice, to insure I am able to get the most out of this course.
Dear Sir, thank you very much for your MIT OCW VaR Lecture. I am very much interested in the spreadsheet "MC stuff 2020.xls" to understand better the notes.
Would you mind sending me the spreadsheet please?
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Prof. Abbott, I am one of the following who really really liked your MIT VaR class.I hope I understood things as intuitively and insightfully as I am also in risk/banking, hold the FRM and ms in stats.
I'd also like to ask you for the spreadsheet "mc stuff 2010" as the others Lucky that I know who to thank to.(And I will bring a stone (of course some really far future)) :P
Thank you for your MIT OCW VaR lecture and I am yet another person who drank from the firehose and would love to walk through your "MC stuff 2010.xls" to solidify my understanding. It would be very much appreciated if you are willing to share it again.