Welcome to the Mathematical Investor blog!

This blog is operated by:

  • David H. Bailey, recently retired from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; also affiliated with the University of California, Davis: DHB website.
  • Jonathan M. Borwein, Laureate Professor and Director, Priority Research Centre for Computer-Assisted Research Mathematics and its Applications (CARMA), University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia: JMB website.
  • Marcos Lopez de Prado, Senior Managing Director, Guggenheim Partners: MLDP website.
  • Qiji Jim Zhu, Professor of Mathematics, Western Michigan University: QJZ website.

This blog, and the associated Website, are devoted to research in financial mathematics, computational aspects of financial mathematics, and the larger realm of computing, science and society. In this blog, we will especially focus on helping individual investors and others distinguish between rigorously established mathematical finance techniques, and the unfortunately much larger body of highly questionable techniques that sadly pervade the financial community and financial news.

We plan to post items regularly to this blog, with a frequency of once a week or so, for the indefinite future.

To contact the present bloggers, see the websites mentioned above.

Disclaimer and copyright notice

Material on this site is provided for research purposes only and does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the authors’ respective institutions or funding agencies. No material on this site should be interpreted as a directive to buy or sell any particular securities; consult a competent and licensed professional financial adviser before making investment decisions. All material is copyrighted (c) 2013.

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