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Financial Market Analytics

Autor: John L. Teall
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781567201987
File Size: 29,55 MB
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A variety of quantitative concepts and models essential to understanding financial markets are introduced and explained in this broad overview of financial analytical tools. Coverage ranges from matrices and elementary calculus to stochastic processes, with applications to a wide range of financial topics. Practitioners, researchers, and advanced students of finance will find these tools invaluable.

Mastering Market Analytics

Autor: Robert Kozielski
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1787148351
File Size: 7,45 MB
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In Mastering Market Analytics, Robert Kozielski presents different measurement systems and marketing activities, along with common mistakes made by organizations and managers in the process of building measurement, and illustrates how to avoid these mistakes.

Mathematics Of The Financial Markets

Autor: Alain Ruttiens
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118513487
File Size: 23,98 MB
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Mathematics of the Financial Markets Financial Instruments and Derivatives Modeling, Valuation and Risk Issues Alain Ruttiens There are many books dedicated to the quantitative finance field but these are either devoted to a specific type of financial instrument, combining both the products description and use in the market and their quantitative aspects, or to a specific mathematical or statistical/econometric theory, or otherwise, with an impressive degree of mathematical formalism which needs a high degree of competence in mathematics, econometrics and quantitative methods. Mathematics of the Financial Markets: Financial Instruments and Derivatives Modeling, Valuation and Risk Issues aims to prioritise what needs mastering and presents the content in the most understandable, concise and pedagogical way illustrated by real market examples. Divided into two parts, the book first examines the deterministic world, starting with yield curve building and related calculations (spot rates, forward rates, discrete versus continuous compounding, etc.), and continuing with spot instruments valuation (short term rates, bonds, currencies and stocks) and forward instruments valuation (forward forex, FRAs and variants, swaps & futures).The second part of the book looks at the probabilistic world, starting with the basis of stochastic calculus and the alternative approach of ARMA to GARCH, and continuing with derivative pricing: options, second generation options, volatility, credit derivatives. This part is completed by a chapter dedicated to market performance & risk measures, and a chapter widening the scope of quantitative models beyond the Gaussian hypothesis and evidencing the potential troubles linked to derivative pricing models. This book equips the reader with the mathematical knowledge needed to explain the valuation and behaviour of financial products, from traditional spot instruments to complex derivatives in the whole set of markets, from currencies and stocks to interest rates and credit underlyings. Written by Alain Ruttiens, an expert author with twenty-five years of practical and academic experience in the financial markets, this book presents the quantitative aspects of financial markets instruments and their derivatives, in a global and coherent way. It is now more crucial than ever to be aware of what is happening, quantitatively speaking, behind the financial instruments behaviour, making this an essential read for anyone concerned with financial markets.

Technical Analysis And Stock Market Profits

Autor: R. Schabacker
Publisher: Harriman House Limited
ISBN: 1897597568
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Richard W. Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits, is a worthy addition to any technical analyst's personal library or any market library. His "pioneering research" represents one of the finest works ever produced on technical analysis, and this book remains an example of the highest order of analytical quality and incisive trading wisdom. Originally devised as a practical course for investors, it is as alive, vital and instructional today as the day it was written. It paved the way for Robert Edwards and John Magee's best-selling Technical Analysis of Stock Trends - a debt which is acknowledged in their foreword: 'Part One is based in large part on the pioneer researches and writings of the late Richard Schabacker.'Schabacker presents technical analysis as a totally organized subject and comprehensively lays out the various important patterns, formations, trends, support and resistance areas, and associated supporting technical detail. He presents factors that can be confidently relied on, and gives equal attention to the blemishes and weaknesses that can upset the best of analytical forecasts: Factors which investors would do well to absorb and apply when undertaking the fascinating game of price, time and volume analysis.

The Basic Analytics Of Access To Financial Services

Autor: Thorsten Beck
Publisher: World Bank Publications
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Access to financial services, or rather the lack thereof, is often indiscriminately decried as a problem in many developing countries. The authors argue that the "problem of access" should rather be analyzed by identifying different demand and supply constraints. They use the concept of an access possibilities frontier, drawn for a given set of state variables, to distinguish between cases where a financial system settles below the constrained optimum, cases where this constrained optimum is too low, and-in credit services-cases where the observed outcome is excessively high. They distinguish between payment and savings services and fixed intermediation costs, on the one hand, and lending services and different sources of credit risk, on the other hand. The authors include both supply and demand side frictions that can lead to lower access. The analysis helps identify bankable and banked population, the binding constraint to close the gap between the two, and policies to prudently expand the bankable population. This new conceptual framework can inform the debate on adequate policies to expand access to financial services and can serve as the basis for an informed measurement of access.

The Handbook Of News Analytics In Finance

Autor: Gautam Mitra
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119990807
File Size: 20,99 MB
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The Handbook of News Analytics in Finance is a landmarkpublication bringing together the latest models and applications ofNews Analytics for asset pricing, portfolio construction, tradingand risk control. The content of the Hand Book is organised to provide arapid yet comprehensive understanding of this topic. Chapter 1 setsout an overview of News Analytics (NA) with an explanation of thetechnology and applications. The rest of the chapters are presentedin four parts. Part 1 contains an explanation of methods and modelswhich are used to measure and quantify news sentiment. In Part 2the relationship between news events and discovery of abnormalreturns (the elusive alpha) is discussed in detail by the leadingresearchers and industry experts. The material in this part alsocovers potential application of NA to trading and fund management.Part 3 covers the use of quantified news for the purpose ofmonitoring, early diagnostics and risk control. Part 4 is entirelyindustry focused; it contains insights of experts from leadingtechnology (content) vendors. It also contains a discussion oftechnologies and finally a compact directory of content vendor andfinancial analytics companies in the marketplace of NA. Thebook draws equally upon the expertise of academics andpractitioners who have developed these models and is supported bytwo major content vendors - RavenPack and Thomson Reuters - leadingproviders of news analytics software and machine readablenews. The book will appeal to decision makers in the banking, finance andinsurance services industry. In particular: asset managers;quantitative fund managers; hedge fund managers; algorithmictraders; proprietary (program) trading desks; sell-side firms;brokerage houses; risk managers and research departments willbenefit from the unique insights into this new and pertinent areaof financial modelling.

Strategic Analysis Of Financial Markets The In 2 Volumes

Autor: Steven D. Moffitt
Publisher: World Scientific Series in Finance
ISBN: 9789813142770
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Volume 1 of ""The Strategic Analysis of Financial Markets,"" - Framework, is premised on the belief that markets can be understood only by dropping the assumptions of rationality and efficient markets in their extreme forms, and showing that markets still have an inherent order and inherent logic. But that order results primarily from the ""predictable irrationality"" of investors, as well as from people's uncoordinated attempts to profit. The market patterns that result do not rely on rationality or efficiency. A framework is developed for understanding financial markets using a combination of psychology, statistics, game and gambling analysis, market history and the author's experience. It expresses analytically how professional investors and traders think about markets - as games in which other participants employ inferior, partially predictable strategies. Those strategies' interactions can be toxic and lead to booms, bubbles, busts and crashes, or can be less dramatic, leading to various patterns that are mistakenly called ""market inefficiencies"" and ""stylized facts."" A logical case is constructed, starting from two foundations, the psychology of human decision making and the ""Fundamental Laws of Gambling."" Applying the Fundamental Laws to trading leads to the idea of ""gambling rationality"" (grationality), replacing the efficient market's concept of ""rationality."" By classifying things that are likely to have semi-predictable price impacts (price ""distorters""), one can identify, explore through data analysis, and create winning trading ideas and systems. A structured way of doing all this is proposed: the six-step ""Strategic Analysis of Market Method."" Examples are given in this and Volume 2. Volume 2 of ""The Strategic Analysis of Financial Markets"" - Trading System Analytics, continues the development of Volume 1 by introducing tools and techniques for developing trading systems and by illustrating them using real markets. The difference between these two Volumes and the rest of the literature is its rigor. It describes trading as a form of gambling that when properly executed, is quite logical, and is well known to professional gamblers and analytical traders. But even those elites might be surprised at the extent to which quantitative methods have been justified and applied, including a life cycle theory of trading systems. Apart from a few sections that develop background material, Volume 2 creates from scratch a trading system for Eurodollar futures using principles of the Strategic Analysis of Markets Method (SAMM), a principled, step-by-step approach to developing profitable trading systems. It has an entire Chapter on mechanical methods for testing and improvement of trading systems, which transcends the rather unstructured and unsatisfactory ""backtesting"" literature. It presents a breakout trend following system developed using factor models. It also presents a specific pairs trading system, and discusses its life cycle from an early, highly profitable period to its eventual demise. Recent developments in momentum trading and suggestions on improvements are also discussed.

Enterprise Risk Analytics For Capital Markets

Autor: Raghurami Reddy Etukuru
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 149174491X
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While quantitative models can help predict the trends in Capital Markets, forecasts don’t always hold up and can quickly cause things to spiral out of control and can lead to global risk. In order to reduce systemic risk, the G20 committed to a fundamental reform of the financial system, to correct the fault lines, and to rebuild the financial system as a safer, more resilient source of finance that better serves the real economy. This requires Financial Institutions to develop sound Risk Management practices. In straightforward language, you’ll learn about key components of risk management, including risk knowledge, risk quantification, risk data management, risk data aggregation, risk architectures, risk analytics and reporting, risk regulation. You’ll also get definitions explaining how different financial products work, mathematical formulas with explanations, and insights on different asset classes, different approaches to hedging, and much more. This book Enterprise Risk Analytics for Capital Markets will help whether you are just beginning a career in risk management or advancing your career with in risk management.