Economics – Curtis Miller's Personal


Finance using pandas, visualizing stock data, moving averages, developing a moving-average crossover strategy, backtesting, and benchmarking. This second post discusses topics including divising a moving average crossover strategy, backtesting, and benchmarking, along with practice problems for readers to ponder.

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This post is the first in a two-part series on stock data analysis using Python, based on a lecture I gave on the subject for MATH 3900 (Data Science) at the University of Utah.

In recent years, computer science has joined advanced mathematics in revolutionizing finance and trading, the practice of buying and selling of financial assets for the purpose of making a profit.

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This is the third and final blog post in my series on income inequality (read the other two here and here). Instead of there being some economic explanation, he waxes on about the loss of shift of American values to a “greed is good” mentality, that the kink of 1973 reflects the point when this shift occurs, and ever since then, capitalists and policy makers simply found it easier and more acceptable to rob the working man of his wages.

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Paying for Public Goods [0.24]

Posted on Nov. 27, 2014, 6:55 p.m. by Economics – Curtis Miller's Personal @ [source]

Last week, I presented an idea for introducing a social life to suburbs outside of LDS churches. When a good is a public good (meaning that more people than those who purchased the good benefit from its use), not enough of that good will be purchased to meet the real demand for it.

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