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  • The Case for Neural Networks with Finance, or NeuroFinance

    By charleswong | May 9, 2011

    The term, “Finance,” awakens sentiments of fear and greed. The fear is on how the Wall St fat cats might blow up the system for the rest of us (e.g. cost of bail-outs, taxes, and inflation). The greed is in how to become a very fat cat. These sentiments are ironic given that the derivation of finance incorporates how to model fear and greed. This is the first of a series of posts that illustrate how finance and computational neuroscience and modeling car be (re)combined to provide insight on how people make financial decisions, and how to use neural models as an additional investment tool. Read the rest of this entry »