mathematical finance


  • Chapter 05 – A Gentle Introduction to Computerized Investing
  • Computerized Investing, Index Funds, Quantitative Investing, and Active Management “Life would be so much easier if we only had the source code.” — Hacker proverb The beginning of index investing in the 1970s was the result of a convergence of events, one of those ripe apple moments. Institutional investors began to use firms like A.G. […]

  • About
  • David Leinweber is a Haas Fellow in Finance at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, and founding Director of the Center for Innovative Financial Technology at Berkeley. He is the founder of two pioneering financial technology firms and successfully managed multibillion-dollar institutional portfolios for many years. Dr. Leinweber has consulted, published, and lectured […]