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A Mathematician Plays the Market

Ha scritto il 09/09/08

From the sheer fact that the author keep buying one stock only, and this stock is WorldCom... we may simply call this book "A Mathematician Played by the Market".Some very interesting and important mathematical tools and concepts are discussed in
From the sheer fact that the author keep buying one stock only, and this stock is WorldCom... we may simply call this book "A Mathematician Played by the Market".

Some very interesting and important mathematical tools and concepts are discussed in this book.

1. Arithematic Mean vs Geomatric Mean ...Continua

A Mathematician Plays the Market

Ha scritto il 29/03/08

A book about how an scholar attempt to win the stock market. Including, probability, chart diagram, statistic approach, Monte Carlo and fundamental analysis.You cannot find the sure-win strategy. But you can find the incapability of each approach.
A book about how an scholar attempt to win the stock market. Including, probability, chart diagram, statistic approach, Monte Carlo and fundamental analysis.

You cannot find the sure-win strategy. But you can find the incapability of each approach. If you're logical person and increase in math, you will find this book quite interesting. ...Continua

A Mathematician Plays the Market

Ha scritto il 04/03/08

The synopsis starts with: "Could a maths expert outwit the stock market and make millions? John Allen Paulos, one of the world’s most renowned mathematicians, decided there was only one way to find out: to take a gamble on the investment game
The synopsis starts with: "Could a maths expert outwit the stock market and make millions? John Allen Paulos, one of the world’s most renowned mathematicians, decided there was only one way to find out: to take a gamble on the investment game himself. But he soon discovered that even a maths guru can’t beat the market, and making the numbers add up was far harder (and more addictive) than he could ever have imagined."

He who wrote this synopsis obviously had not read the book, otherwise he would have known that Paulos plunged into the stock market and lost spectacularly, before writing this book partly to examine what and why he did wrong. ...Continua

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A Mathematician Plays the Market

Ha scritto il 20/09/06

I couldn't finish it. As smart as the author is, his probabilistic analysis of capital markets does not ring true to me. Yes, from a purely academic point of view, the markets can be random and utterly unpredictable - but we all know in reality that
I couldn't finish it. As smart as the author is, his probabilistic analysis of capital markets does not ring true to me. Yes, from a purely academic point of view, the markets can be random and utterly unpredictable - but we all know in reality that markets are not perfect and smart investors really can play the markets. I cannot distinguish the author's nifty analyses from what people study in college, i.e. theories that are branded as largely useless in the real world.
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