The Skinny on Quantitative Finance Podcast
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The tastytrade network teaches investors innovative, simple ways to trade stocks, options, and futures, take advantage of market volatility and build a successful portfolio. Tom Sosnoff leads an irreverent and playful band of floor traders who are show...
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Quantitative finance is an interdisciplinary field where markets are analyzed with mathematics, statistics, and computer science. This relatively new, rapidly evolving discipline has revolutionized trading and the industry as a whole. From classic pricing models to machine learning, this series explores the tools and concepts in quantitative finance in search of applications on a retail level.
Quantitative finance is an interdisciplinary field where markets are analyzed with mathematics, statistics, and computer science. This relatively new, rapidly evolving discipline has revolutionized trading and the industry as a whole. From classic pricing models to machine learning, this series explores the tools and concepts in quantitative finance in search of applications on a retail level.
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tastytrade LIVE  August 14, 2020  Principal Component Analysis
As traders, we rely on statistics to extract meaningful information from pricing data and summarize the complex relationships between equities. These relationships become less intuitive as the number of instruments increases, but dimensionality reducti...
As traders, we rely on statistics to extract meaningful information from pricing data and summarize the complex relationships between equities. These relationships become less intuitive as the number of instruments increases, but dimensionality reduction is a great way to represent these complex relationships in a more approachable format. Today we are going to discuss one of the many ways to represent relationships between a large number of equities, principal component analysis.
http://feeds.tastytrade.com/media/135968/TTL_SOQF_200814_SEG_EDIT.mp4
Fri, 14 Aug 2020 09:36:00 0500
1570.837
principal component analysis, equities,

tastytrade LIVE  August 14, 2020  Principal Component Analysis
As traders, we rely on statistics to extract meaningful information from pricing data and summarize the complex relationships between equities. These relationships become less intuitive as the number of instruments increases, but dimensionality reducti...
As traders, we rely on statistics to extract meaningful information from pricing data and summarize the complex relationships between equities. These relationships become less intuitive as the number of instruments increases, but dimensionality reduction is a great way to represent these complex relationships in a more approachable format. Today we are going to discuss one of the many ways to represent relationships between a large number of equities, principal component analysis.
http://feeds.tastytrade.com/media/135969/TTL_SOQF_200814_POD.mp3
Fri, 14 Aug 2020 09:36:00 0500
1621.547
principal component analysis, equities,

tastytrade LIVE  July 31, 2020  The Efficient Market Hypothesis
The Efficient Market Hypothesis states that, to some extent, available information is reflected in current prices. While the Efficient Market Hypothesis is impossible to verify and remains a debated theory, empirical evidence supports it to some extent...
The Efficient Market Hypothesis states that, to some extent, available information is reflected in current prices. While the Efficient Market Hypothesis is impossible to verify and remains a debated theory, empirical evidence supports it to some extent. The tastytrade mechanics assume a semistrong/strong form of the Efficient Market Hypothesis and base trades around current pricing information instead of pricing forecasts. Today Tom, Tony, and Julia discuss the Efficient Market Hypothesis and whether it is a good foundation for retail traders.
http://feeds.tastytrade.com/media/135629/TTL_SOQF_200731_POD.mp3
Fri, 31 Jul 2020 09:26:00 0500
1389.419

tastytrade LIVE  July 31, 2020  The Efficient Market Hypothesis
The Efficient Market Hypothesis states that, to some extent, available information is reflected in current prices. While the Efficient Market Hypothesis is impossible to verify and remains a debated theory, empirical evidence supports it to some extent...
The Efficient Market Hypothesis states that, to some extent, available information is reflected in current prices. While the Efficient Market Hypothesis is impossible to verify and remains a debated theory, empirical evidence supports it to some extent. The tastytrade mechanics assume a semistrong/strong form of the Efficient Market Hypothesis and base trades around current pricing information instead of pricing forecasts. Today Tom, Tony, and Julia discuss the Efficient Market Hypothesis and whether it is a good foundation for retail traders.
http://feeds.tastytrade.com/media/135628/TTL_SOQF_200731_SEG.mp4
Fri, 31 Jul 2020 09:26:00 0500
1338.709