Irene Aldridge, a co-author of the forthcoming book “Big Data Science in Finance” has launched her very own YouTube channel where she discusses her latest research in the areas of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Finance. Please subscribe here to receive updates: https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCMYuhgyMhzkw5tBIyEa2p3g Aldridge has a seasoned portfolio of TV appearances, including CNBC, CNN, and even Comedy Central. Aldridge is looking to make her research more accessible through video clips and offerings. Please share with your colleagues and friends!
By Irene Aldridge S&P Global just announced acquisition of IHS Markit for a whopping US $44 billion, the largest acquisition in the financial data industry to date. The amount reflects the current reality on Wall Street: premium data brings on premium revenues and valuations follow. IHS Markit’s flagship offerings, like the ISM Manufacturing Index, has long been a beacon to selected hedge funds, who paid a fair share of their investors’ earnings for the opportunity to squeeze an extra edge out of the data. As shown in our book, “Real-Time Risk: What Investors Should Know About Fintech, Flash Crashes and High-Frequency Trading”, in many cases
By Irene Aldridge The history of Finance is full of Mathematical and technological revolutions. With the expansion of computer technology, mathematical innovations are not only abstractly interesting, but also very fast and profitable. Most recently, mathematical innovations in Finance first generated opportunities in quant techniques that were followed by the revolution of high-frequency trading, Now, the opportunity expands as Big Data techniques are implemented within Finance. Many people are still puzzled by what is so special about Big Data. After all, Econometrics and other data processing tools have been used in Finance for decades. It is true that Econometrics comprises a part of Big Data
By Irene Aldridge Figure 1. A question for you: if you have 9 dots lined up in a 3×3 grid (Figure 1), how do you connect them all with just four segments without lifting your pen? This is an example of an out-of-the-box problem which kids love and which expands their sense of spatial coordinates and problem solving not usually taught at school. The Math & Science curriculum in early childhood education is focussed on understanding numbers — a great feat and a standard-meeting requirement. While mastering basic arithmetic is necessary, what makes you more interested in learning math & science: 1) reciting arithmetic or
CFEM Practitioner Lecturer Spotlight|Irene Aldridge Monday, October 23, 2017 Whitney Johnson: Forty Over 40 Practitioner Spotlight! CFEM Practitioner Lecturer, Irene Aldridge (AbleMarkets), currently teaches ORIE 5255 and has been listed on Forbes’ Whitney Johnson 2017 Honorees: 40 Women to Watch Over 40. In addition to being President and Managing Director of Research at AbleMarkets, Irene is a quantitative Big Data researcher and author of “High-Frequency Trading: A Practical Guide to Algorithmic Strategies” and “Trading Systems and Real-Time Risk: What Investors Should Know About Fintech, High-Frequency Trading, and Flash Crashes”. Follow her whole story in the “Forty Over 40” article here.
By Irene Aldridge As parents, we always want the best for our children. Without a second thought, we invest in the best music and sports classes that we can afford to stimulate their brains and muscles. We arrange outings and playdates in order to provide our children with a diversity of experiences and friendships. By doing these things, we hope not only to help them now, but also to equip them with the skills they will need 10 or 20 years down the road. We can say, with reasonable accuracy, that the hottest, most necessary skill that will be in demand in the coming years