From Baruch MFE: Here is solid review Dr Jim Liew stat arb class for classic quant trading strategy and model algorithm development

(Last Updated On: November 29, 2013)

Hi there

Here are some courses you can check out at Baruch in their MFE:

Here is solid review Dr Jim Liew stat arb class for classic quant trading strategy and model algorithm development – See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2013/11/from-nyu-here-is-solid-review-dr-jim-liew-stat-arb-class-for-classic-quant-trading-strategy-and-model-algorithm-development/#sthash.3dzRCzDE.dpuf

Today is Black Friday! Just in case you did not know,  I noticed a few months ago that my entire set of courses of my QuantLabs Academy should 30% more than what is listed now. In other words, take advantage as I am currently listing this entire 30% off than what it should be. Oops. Get the entire set of course list, video, and purchase button here:

Buy all our courses in R, Matlab, Quant/HFT, and Trading Software – See more at: http://quantlabs.net/academy/buy-all-our-courses-in-r-matlab-quanthft-and-trading-software/#sthash.v6UjgKgl.dpuf

Happy shopping and saving for all our American friends,

Bryan

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