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Ics like non IID properties data overlap and time dependencies On the concrete side he also presents many standalone python based functions to concretely implement many overlap and time dependencies On the concrete side he also presents many standalone python based functions to concretely implement many the concepts that he describesThe standalone python based functions to concretely implement many of the concepts that he describesThe it definitely reads like it is written from someone with a strong theoretical background and much xperience in the financial field I also felt that it fails in that it never really integrates all of the build up to a practical xample of a systematic design implementation that uses many of his ideas and demonstrates their validity In other words do not xpect any top level concrete design or systematic design and back test xamples with real financial data and results at all It is mainly bits and pieces of the pipeline that ultimately may go into a complete systematic development of a system but no real vidence that any of it is of use other than to take the author s word or just accept the theoretical modelling To clarify further it s ok to point out the shortcomings of classical portfolio optimization but show a clear xample of an ML based portfolio optimization how does it perform using various validation methods compared to classical Using real cleaned financial dataIt would definitely be useful to see at least one complete implementation of a system that utilizes the methods described within In addition concepts like uantum computing are great and all but when you ve been at this development long nough the fancy and advanced the tools sound they don t really bring all that much to the table if you can t Eyes even develop a successful system or algorithm at a much simpler level which is notasyupdates I ll just add that after a closer reading hasn t really changed my opinion much However if it helps anyone I found an xcellent simulation of HRP using real financial data on ilya kipnis great R based blog uantStratTradeR This is the kind of mpirical data that would really add value to the tex. Machine learning ML is changing virtually Sinner's Heart every aspect of our lives Today ML algorithms accomplish tasks that until recently onlyxpert humans could perform As it relates to finance this is the most xciting time to adopt a disruptive technology that will transform how veryone invests for generations Readers will learn how to structure Big data in a way that is amenable to ML algorithms; how to conduct research with ML algorithms on that data; how to use supercomputing methods; how to backtest your discoveries while avoiding false positives The book addresses real life problems faced by practitioners on a daily basis and Spirit of the Wolf explains scientifically sound solutions using math supported by code andxamples Readers become active users who can test the proposed solutions in their particular setting Written by a recognized A Vineyard Christmas expert and portfolio manager this book willuip investment professionals with the groundbreaking tools needed to succeed in modern finance. Ry which is readily available in Een Bijzondere Vorm Van Osteosclerose either the statistical or ML literature Also as other reviewers have said this uite simply is not a book about machine learning at all just a collection of various notes and code and virtually all of the material is already available on SSRN So against my better judgement I bought the book and wasted my moneyxcept it confirmed my view this guy simply doesn t fundamentally know what the real issues are in Finance or Machine Learning For the serious science of machine learning look lsewhere Efron and Hastie s book for instance or anything Trevor Hastie has written with Rob Tibshirani I have run through a uick pass of the ntire text in one sitting so I may possibly re read in depth and alter my review at some point in the futureMy impression is that the text reads a bit like an academic survey of some xisting ML methods applied to uantitative finance a bit heavy on theoretical models and sourcing many fairly recent papers culled from various financial and machine learning literature many referenced from the author himself However the author also points out that he has a lot of xperience in the uantitative field and Hot Shot (North Ridge Book 3) elaborates a bit on the overall systematic step by step process of development that a real team of uants might use Don txpect an in depth description of specific implementations like SVMs Gradient Boosting NNsetc but a general approach to the various learner methodsThe GoodI njoyed getting SVMs Gradient Boosting NNsetc but a general approach to the various learner methodsThe GoodI njoyed getting perspective on the overall flow and piece by piece breakdown on ach of the steps involved in the

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of developing a based algorithm from data collection partitioning and scrubbing all the way to the design and xecution phase including a lengthy description of some of the pitfalls and possible solutions to using various cross validation methods in order to gain better confidence in financial data and algorithms that many already know suffer from characterist. Machine learning ML is changing virtually The First Ghost every aspect of our lives Today ML algorithms accomplish tasks that until recently onlyxpert humans could perform As it relates to finance this is the most xciting time to adopt a disruptive technology that will transform how veryone invests for generations Readers will learn how to structure Big data in a way that is amenable to ML algorithms; how to conduct research with ML algorithms on that data; how to use supercomputing methods; how to backtest your discoveries while avoiding false positives The book addresses real life problems faced by practitioners on a daily basis and Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential explains scientifically sound solutions using math supported by code andxamples Readers become active users who can test the proposed solutions in their particular setting Written by a recognized xpert and portfolio manager this book will uip investment professionals with the groundbreaking tools needed to succeed in modern finance.

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While I like a lot of Lopez Prado s LP writing this book is disappointing Too many self references very unclear Python code and poor xplanation of the main ideas As a pedagogical xperiment it failed fast Perhaps it serves well as a guide book As a pedagogical Smokin' Hot experiment it failed fast Perhaps it serves well as a guide book the author published paper but for that I think his website is a better optionSuggestion hire a betterditor important concepts and formulas and code need to be highlighted consult with ML practitioners on coding best practices and provide code support to the book Otherwise don t bother adding code samples to the book at all I recommend the reader TO TRY TO REIMPLEMENT LP S try to reimplement LP s themselves to only find themselves scratching their heads not long after calling a book advanced is not an Placing Memory excuse for making it readable it lacks numericalxamples and figuresBought it and I m returning it to Not a good book on HTF nor ML What can I say I pre ordered this book last year and had high hopes The books assumes you are xpert both in machine learning python and also all "The Complex Financial Models "complex financial models reality very few people are xpert in both fields The author recommends to attend one of his seminars and ask him if you don t understand something really disappointed I am a technical guy working at an asset management firm but could not understand a thing from this book It was a tough decision to buy this book since I have read most of the author s previous papers and I had formed a fairly negative impression of his work I have also felt he just doesn t know the literature I am afraid the book just cofirms this view much of this book is ad hoc largely irrelevant pretentious rubbish and it is thus second rate and a waste of money Over many years I have come away from reading his work wondering what have I learnt What problem has he solved The answer is generally nothing He just doesn t ask the right uestions and never really gets close to using the correct and xisting theo. Machine learning ML is changing virtually very aspect of our lives Today ML algorithms accomplish tasks that until recently only Wanton Nights expert humans could perform As it relates to finance this is the mostxciting time to adopt a disruptive technology that will transform how veryone invests for generations Readers will learn how to structure Big data in a way that is amenable to ML algorithms; how to conduct research with ML algorithms on that data; how to use supercomputing methods; how to backtest your discoveries while avoiding false positives The book addresses real life problems faced by practitioners on a daily basis and xplains scientifically sound solutions using math supported by code and xamples Readers become active users who can test the proposed solutions in their particular setting Written by a recognized xpert and portfolio manager this book will uip investment professionals with the groundbreaking tools needed to succeed in modern finance. .
Advances in Financial Machine Learning