Top tips and dirty tricks

You don't have to be a genius to work as a quant - though it helps - but you do have to know a few tricks of the trade. So where should aspiring energy quants start? Neil Palmer offers some suggestions

My mate CJ - who works for some flash bank in London - was giving me a hard time the other day about the recent content of Quant Talk. "You know," he said, "the stuff you write about is hardly cutting edge."

And I had to admit that CJ was right. Much as I'm a big fan of research journals and Energy Risk's own Cutting Edge articles, the aim of Quant Talk is actually to take a step back from the research frontier and try to shine a light on more everyday matters. After all, even if a

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