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Whodunit? Part I: Rocket Scientists on Wall Street

Mon Jul 9th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Ever since mathematics came to Wall Street, mainly in the 1980s, &ldqu

Whodunit? Part I: Rocket Scientists on Wall Street

Mon Jul 9th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Many people have accused mathematical formulae of murdering the financial system. Now the real killer is unmasked.

Whodunit? Part I: Rocket Scientists on Wall Street

Mon Jul 9th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Many people have accused mathematical formulae of murdering the financial system. Now the real killer is unmasked.

The Return of the Poll Tax

Tue Jul 3rd, 2012

Aaron Brown

One of the great victories of the Civil Rights movement was passage of

The Return of the Poll Tax

Mon Jul 2nd, 2012

Aaron Brown

The Supreme Court has awakened the poll tax monster, which we thought had been slain in 1964: A poll tax creates illegal aliens out of poor citizens.

"Dark Pools": An Exciting Thriller That Will Teach You About Trading

Wed Jun 27th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Scott Patterson’s new Dark Pools: High-Speed Traders, A.I. Bandi

"Dark Pools": An Exciting Thriller That Will Teach You About Trading

Tue Jun 26th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Scott Patterson has written a book that's not only a great summer beach read, but a useful trading manual for winter study as well.

Beating the Market Is a No-Brainer - High Average Return Takes Skill

Mon Jun 11th, 2012

Aaron Brown

By taking sufficiently irresponsible risk, you can generate extraordinary track records over very long periods of time. In analyzing a track record, dig deeply.

Why Correlations Are Unreliable Risk Indicators

Mon Jun 4th, 2012

Aaron Brown

The most important rule is not to compare the correlations against each other in a quantitative sense, but rather according to their drivers.

The Whiskey Breath of Wall Street: What the Invention of Bourbon Has to Do With Credit Derivatives

Tue May 22nd, 2012

Aaron Brown

If you make a fortune trading derivatives, it's entirely appropriate to have a good single malt or small batch bourbon to celebrate. Here's why.
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