Topographic Finance & The 2008 Financial Crisis in 4D Meetup Aug 11

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Topographic Finance & The 2008 Financial Crisis in 4D  Meetup Aug 11
7-8pm.

Topographic Finance
The Time Series
Volatility Surface
Poseidon

Paul Cottrell is a researcher in chaos theory and has interests in modeling financial markets. Some have considered him a polymath of sorts. Born in Detroit, Michigan he has extensive professional experience in engineering and design. He currently is a proprietary trader specializing in currency and energy markets. He also dedicates his time at a large non-profit in New York City.

In addition to modeling financial markets, his research interests are in developmental economics, behavioral finance, complexity science, energy industry, and risk management. He is currently working on his Ph.D. specializing in finance from Walden University. He has earned a M.B.A and B.Sc. from Wayne State University. He lives in New York, NY.

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