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Science alone of all the subjects contains within itself the lesson of the danger of belief in the infallibility of the greatest teachers of the preceding generation. The book covers various areas in the financial industry, from analyzing credit data credit card receivables , to studying global relations between macroeconomic events, to managing risk and return in multi-asset portfolios. The topics in the book employ a wide range of techniques including non-linear estimation, portfolio analytics, risk measurement, extreme value analysis, forecasting and predictive techniques, and financial modeling. By its very nature the science of data analytics is disruptive. That means, among many other things, that much attention should be paid to the scale and range of invalid, as yet not understood, outlying, and emerging trends. This is as true within the finance domain of knowledge as any other.
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