Quant Blog Mashup at TheWholeStreet.com
Mike has a cool concept going over at TheWholeStreet.com.
I usually read this alongside AbnormalReturns.com and then spend 1-2hrs a day reading various academic research websites, perusing for gold nuggets.
The website has a great list of awesome blogs, many of which I have never heard of until Mike’s site. The full list is below:
Alvarez Quant Trading
Blue Owl Press
Don’t Fear the Bear
Flirting with Models
Following the Trend
Intelligent Trading Tech
Jay on the Markets
Quant at Risk
Six Figure Investing
Stock Trader’s Almanac
System Trader Success
Systematic Relative Strength
Trading the Odds
Trading with Python
UK Stock Market Almanac
Volatility Made Simple
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