Monthly Archives: April 2011

Implied Volatility: What the Central Limit Theorem Tells You

“VIX has reached an all-time high of $48.36,” said every financial broadcast station on September 29, 2008 as the market continued its avalanche. But what the heck is this VIX?? Is it that thing that you rub on your chest … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget The Cost of Transaction

Don’t you love your iPhone? What about your Android? Which do YOU like better? iPhone sort of brings you to a seamless, forefront of completely integrated technology, whereas Android brings you to the forefront of centralized computing and development. Oh, … Continue reading

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IMAC: An Entrepreneur’s Way Of Life

Did you watch Rebecca Black’s Video “Friday” and think to yourself…”How could a song get any worse?” Well, I did. But I did learn two extremely important lessons: (1) 13-year old kids should not be driving cars (if you don’t … Continue reading

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Money Isn’t The Root Of All Evil…

Didn’t you always wonder what that evil monkey on Family Guy was doing in Chris’ closet? Finally, he came clean one day and told a story about how he came home one day to find his wife cheating on him, … Continue reading

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