Thomas W. Miller introduces his book, Marketing Data Science: Modeling Techniques in Predictive Analytics with R and Python, which involves building models of seller and buyer preferences and using those models to make predictions about future marketplace behavior.
The authors of A Guide to Six Sigma and Process Improvement for Practitioners and Students: Foundations, DMAIC, Tools, Cases, and Certification, 2nd Edition explain that if you can release the intrinsic motivation that lies within all of us it can actually fill you with energy so you can enjoy what you do and look forward to doing it, day after day and year after year.
Randal Wilson introduces his book, Mastering Project Time Management, Cost Control, and Quality Management: Proven Methods for Controlling the Three Elements that Define Project Deliverables, which gives managers powerful insights and tools for addressing the "Triple Constraints" that define virtually every project: time, cost, and quality.
The authors of Research in the Decision Sciences for Innovations in Global Supply Chain Networks: Best Papers from the 2014 Annual Conference discuss topics covered at the 2014 annual conference.
Traders tend to view the put ratio backspread as a bear strategy, because it employs puts. However, it is actually a volatility strategy.
The month is slipping away quickly, so I thought I should hurry up and post my annual holiday options poem. Here it is ...
The big question, of course, is: How can we rely on a formula with a series of variables that are provably inaccurate and based on a flawed assumptions, exponentially inaccurate variables, and outdated models about the nature of options?
Did William Shakespeare trade options? -- from ThomsettOptions.com