We dig into the deep details of how an order makes its way from your computer to the exchange and back. Most orders are filled before they reach the exchange, and usually at a better price.
What better way to learn about Computational Investing that to visit one of the largest exchanges in the world, and one of the top online brokers?
This is a summary of survey responses for students who may be interested in taking the second offering of this course starting February 22, 2013. It is based on survey responses by 2,350 students who enrolled in Fall 2012.
I report on survey responses from 2,350 students who enrolled in a Massive Online Open Class (MOOC) titled “Computational Investing, Part I” via coursera.org in Fall 2012. The responses represent 41% of the students who completed the course and 2.6% of those who initially enrolled but did not complete it.
I just completed teaching a MOOC on Computational Investing via coursera.org. I did some things right and a lot of things wrong. Here are my lessons learned from the first round. I’m very excited now about the second go at this, and the ability to make the course even better. Some of these items are […]
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Some folks attribute less than altruistic motives to startup companies providing Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs).
I just finished teaching a Massive Online Open Class (MOOC) titled “Computational Investing, Part I” via coursera.org. 53,000 people “enrolled,” which is to say they clicked a “sign up” button. How many finished?
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