Bionic Turtle’s Week in Risk (ending March 18th)

This Week in Risk blog includes David’s newest YouTube videos, new practice questions that he has written, some great discussions from our forum and some interesting general risk articles!

Practice Questions

YouTube

In the forum (selected only)

term life insurance

accrued interest

binomial

time to maturity

Interesting external links

blockchain

mortgage score

  • [quant] Visualizing MonteCarlo Simulation Results: Mean vs Median  https://firstdifferences.wordpress….montecarlo-simulation-results-mean-vs-median/  “It is clear to see that both the distribution of the mean and the median are centered around the true expected value of zero. This implies that both estimators are unbiased. However, the distribution of the mean tends to be more concentrated than that of the median. The mean has a smaller variance and is therefore more efficient.

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