Wednesday 31 January 2024

Python for Finance Cookbook: Over 50 recipes for applying modern Python libraries to financial data analysis 1st Edition

 


Solve common and not-so-common financial problems using Python libraries such as NumPy, SciPy, and pandas

Key Features

Use powerful Python libraries such as pandas, NumPy, and SciPy to analyze your financial data

Explore unique recipes for financial data analysis and processing with Python

Estimate popular financial models such as CAPM and GARCH using a problem-solution approach

Book Description

Python is one of the most popular programming languages used in the financial industry, with a huge set of accompanying libraries.

In this book, you'll cover different ways of downloading financial data and preparing it for modeling. You'll calculate popular indicators used in technical analysis, such as Bollinger Bands, MACD, RSI, and backtest automatic trading strategies. Next, you'll cover time series analysis and models, such as exponential smoothing, ARIMA, and GARCH (including multivariate specifications), before exploring the popular CAPM and the Fama-French three-factor model. You'll then discover how to optimize asset allocation and use Monte Carlo simulations for tasks such as calculating the price of American options and estimating the Value at Risk (VaR). In later chapters, you'll work through an entire data science project in the financial domain. You'll also learn how to solve the credit card fraud and default problems using advanced classifiers such as random forest, XGBoost, LightGBM, and stacked models. You'll then be able to tune the hyperparameters of the models and handle class imbalance. Finally, you'll focus on learning how to use deep learning (PyTorch) for approaching financial tasks.

By the end of this book, you’ll have learned how to effectively analyze financial data using a recipe-based approach.

What you will learn

Download and preprocess financial data from different sources

Backtest the performance of automatic trading strategies in a real-world setting

Estimate financial econometrics models in Python and interpret their results

Use Monte Carlo simulations for a variety of tasks such as derivatives valuation and risk assessment

Improve the performance of financial models with the latest Python libraries

Apply machine learning and deep learning techniques to solve different financial problems

Understand the different approaches used to model financial time series data

Who this book is for

This book is for financial analysts, data analysts, and Python developers who want to learn how to implement a broad range of tasks in the finance domain. Data scientists looking to devise intelligent financial strategies to perform efficient financial analysis will also find this book useful. Working knowledge of the Python programming language is mandatory to grasp the concepts covered in the book effectively.

Table of Contents

Financial Data and Preprocessing

Technical Analysis in Python

Time Series Modelling

Multi-factor Models

Modeling Volatility with GARCH class models

Monte Carlo Simulations in Finance

Asset Allocation in Python

Identifying Credit Default with Machine Learning

Advanced Machine Learning Models in Finance

Deep Learning in Finance

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