Welcome to our Week in Risk! GARP has released the 2019 FRM curriculum so we are busy preparing for the upcoming year! Make sure to visit our forum, where you can get updates of new materials that are published, along with helpful support in your FRM studies! Our newest YouTube videos this week cover Delta-normal value
Welcome to our Week in Risk blog! This week, we’ve included a ton of great FRM forum links to help you in your studies for the FRM exam. We’ve also found some interesting risk articles from around the globe! Have a great week! In the forum (selected only) [new FAQ] What is the relevance of
Welcome to our Week in Risk blog! Our new practice questions this week cover the FRM learning objectives in Topic 4, Hull Chapter 19 and Topic 7, Outsourcing. David has posted new YouTube videos discussing plain vanilla interest rate swaps and comparative advantage in an interest rate swap. We’ve also included many FRM forum discussions
Welcome to our Week in Risk blog! This week, David has posted two new YouTube videos discussing Eurodollar futures contracts! We’ve also published new FRM practice questions covering the concepts of Black-Scholes-Merton (BSM) and stress testing banks. Make sure to read through some of the detailed discussions from our FRM forum too! Have a great week!
Welcome to our first Week in Risk blog for September! We are continuing to add new FRM materials to our study planner each week for the upcoming exam in November. This also means that our forum is very busy with some great discussions on the concepts that will be tested! We’ve included some of those
Welcome to this week’s risk blog! We took last week off because David was on a much-deserved vacation in England! This week, we will highlight some of the most informative discussions in our FRM forum and provide you with interesting risk articles from around the globe! In the Forum This Week (selected only) [general] Shakti’s
Welcome to this week’s risk blog! David has written some really great practice questions discussing coherent risk measures in Topic 4 and Risk appetite framework (RAF) in Topic 7 of the FRM curriculum. We’ve also added new YouTube videos! Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don’t miss out on our newest videos!
It’s a new week, and we have some great things to share with you! David resumed writing fresh FRM practice questions last week. We post them in the forum on Mondays and Wednesdays. We’ve also added brand new YouTube videos! Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don’t miss out on the
Welcome to our Week in Risk! Our forum is very busy with many FRM discussions, as our members are gearing up for the exam in a couple of weeks! We’ve also featured our newest YouTube videos, and general risk articles from around the globe! New YouTube The F ratio is a test of overall significance
Our Week in Risk features our newest YouTube videos, many helpful discussions from our FRM forum, and general risk articles that we hope you will find interesting! New YouTube Univariate regression: Confidence interval of slope coefficient (FRM T2-18b) https://trtl.bz/2jhv66u Adjusted R^2 (FRM T2-19) https://trtl.bz/2I0KAcY Forward rate agreement, FRA (FRM T3-12) https://trtl.bz/2HFKOHe Forward rate agreement: hedge as seller/buyer (FRM
Our Week in Risk includes our newest YouTube videos, some very helpful discussions from our FRM forum, and general risk articles that include banking, climate, technology and Enterprise risk management! New YouTube Regression: significance test of slope coefficient (FRM T2-18) https://trtl.bz/2qQIWRq Regression: Excel’s linest array function and its goodness-of-fit measures (FRM T2-19) https://trtl.bz/2HGjxDG Forward rates are implied
Check out our newest YouTube videos, some very detailed FRM forum discussions and general risk articles that David found to be very interesting! New YouTube Regression: R-squared (FRM T2-17) https://trtl.bz/2H17tgB Yield to Maturity Interpretations (FRM T3-10) https://trtl.bz/2Ho2Hcl and Yield to Maturity: Brief explanation (FRM T3-10b) https://trtl.bz/2qzAEgG In the Forum (selected only) [P1.T2] Beta is correlation scaled by cross-volatility but