[Ebook] Algorithmic and High-Frequency Trading (Mathematics, Finance and Risk) Por Cartea – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Algorithmic and High-Frequency Trading (Mathematics, Finance and Risk) This Cutting Edge Textbook Shows How To Build The Advanced Mathematical Models That Underpin Modern Trading Algorithms If You Need To Understand How Modern Electronic Markets Operate, What Information Provides A Trading Edge, And How Other Market Participants May Affect The Profitability Of The Algorithms, Then This Book Is For You


5 thoughts on “Algorithmic and High-Frequency Trading (Mathematics, Finance and Risk)

  1. Virtakuono Virtakuono says:

    A very practically oriented and mathematically simple narrative Plenty of examples of exactly solvable dynamic programming problems Most chapters end with a discussion of practical implications of the calculations.


  2. mathematica10 mathematica10 says:

    Very helpful and practical Some mathematical maturity required.


  3. Gordon Liu Gordon Liu says:

    Not very practical The book is of an academic art than a useful trading manual as the title indicated It maybe useful for someone interested in academic research and paper publishing As a previous reviewer said, the whole book is just putting everything together into a single HJB equation It would have been better if the book could have paragraphs devoted to numerical procedures.


  4. academics20193.se Customer academics20193.se Customer says:

    Can be useful but you have to be an advanced calculus student and have to understand proofs well without practical exercises As of this writing very little is available on their website and I had bought the book than 9 months ago the exercises and examples are still coming You need data than what is provided for sure unless you want a biased result On the good side they have a few good ideas I


  5. AC AC says:

    Undoubtedly one of the best books out there on this topic It is on the mathematical end but rooted on data and realistic applications Those who want to learn about the maths behind trading algorithms must start here.


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