December 31, 2019

Free Session (Quantitative Finance)

Students who love math and have a deep-seated interest the stock market will want to check out the curriculum for my Quantitative Finance course, developed from thirteen years of experience reading finance research and four years working as a quant.

Take a look at what others in the finance community are saying about my work:
"Just noticed that @ReformedTrader is bizarrely under-followed. He's curated, quoted, pasted, summarized, analyzed, organized and synthesized well over a hundred papers and articles on academic finance. Honestly, wtf are y'all reading if you aren't following his threads?" Adam ButlerCIO at ReSolve Asset Management

"@ReformedTrader has put together an awesome series of Twitter “moments” that highlight research on risk premia, style premia, seasonality, and craftsmanship. Dig in." Corey HoffsteinCIO at Newfound Research and a member of Investopedia's Top 100 in finance (here as well)

"Gotta hand it to @ReformedTrader for his consistency in posting quality quant finance research links. Everyone who is interested in quant finance should follow him. Hidden gem." Pravit Chintawongvanich, Wells Fargo equity derivatives strategist

"Wow, good stuff. I didn't even know the Moments could be used like this. Really great reference and shows the power of info sharing and knowledge building on Twitter." Justin Carbonneaumanaging partner at Validea Capital Management

"Read this thread and become an expert on the quality factor. Fantastic work by
@ReformedTrader." Chris Cain, Quantitative Researcher at Connors Research and author of The Alpha Formula (here as well)

"Wow, Darren knows the paper way better than I do now." Cliff Asness, co-founder of AQR Capital Management

The charts below, taken from a paper written by my friend Pim van Vliet, describe one of the strategies covered in the course.

Note the strong performance in each decade, including the dot-com bust (2000-2002) and 2008 crisis periods. The Conservative leg of the strategy owns low volatility, high momentum, and high buyback yield stocks, leading to more reliable returns than those of the market as a whole.

 

This chart is from The Conservative Formula: Quantitative Investing Made Easy, one of the papers covered in my Quant Finance course.

Please contact me about tutoring and mention the words "Finance Offer" in order to get your first 90-minute session for free. (The offer expires on December 31, 2019.)

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