Popular posts 2012 June

Most popular posts in 2012 June

  1. Variability in maximum drawdown
  2. Inferno-ish R
  3. A tale of two returns (posted in 2010)
  4. Two new, important books on R
  5. The top 7 portfolio optimization problems
  6. The number 1 novice quant mistake (posted in 2011)
  7. Smoothing the market for alpha
  8. High frequency trading and the volume clock
  9. Backtesting — almost wordless (posted in 2010)
  10. Market predictions for years 2011 and 2012

Most under-valued in June

All of them because of problems with the feed — sorry about that.

Most popular posts in 2012

As of 2012 June 30.

  1. The top 7 portfolio optimization problems
  2. A tale of two returns (posted in 2010)
  3. The distribution of financial returns made simple
  4. Beta is not volatility
  5. A slice of S&P 500 skewness history
  6. The number 1 novice quant mistake (posted in 2011)
  7. The BurStFin R package
  8. Market predictions for years 2011 and 2012
  9. Review of “Models. Behaving. Badly.” by Emanuel Derman
  10. What does ‘passive investing’ really mean

See also

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