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David Borman has been involved in the financial markets and trading since 1999. He has worked at Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch, TMF Custom House, Morgan Stanley, and Phillip Capital. He has been exposed to the trading and day trading of mutual funds, stocks, ETFs, leveraged ETFs, commodities, and mostra'n més derivatives. He holds a BS in finance from Southern Illinois University and a master's in accounting from DePaul University, and is working on his PhD in financial management from Northcentral University. mostra'n menys

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Statistics 101: a Crash Course in Statistics is a book by David Borman. Like the other books in the series, it covers the key ideas of Statistics or the subject that is being covered. It contains equations galore and tons of definitions of terms. In that sense, it works as an introduction to the field of Statistics or as a way to refresh your memory.

The book covers the past of Statistics with its humble beginnings and speculates on its future. It is agreed that Statistics really took off when computers became both small enough and cheap enough to belong to a household rather than a large University or a giant Corporation. This is probably because statistics requires a massive amount of data to carry out. We’re talking millions of data points in some cases.

As the blurb on the book says, it is quite accessible and easy to understand. It doesn’t have any problems to solve, but it does have a number of examples to follow. I really enjoyed this one, as I did with the other books that I have read in this series. They are really easy to digest and take in.
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Floyd3345 | Jun 15, 2019 |
It is a good introduction to currency trading, but I found it to be less balanced about the risks compared to the other trading books I've read recently. What I found most useful was the range of practical tips and strategies. The book also gets into some advanced tactics, including how to learn regression in Excel.
jpsnow | Jan 27, 2013 |



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