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I have less than 2 years experience with R, mostly focused on datascience and finance, now that I feel comfortable with the language, finally decided to start learning Python, and want to buy two books. One of them will be “Fluid Python: clear, concise and effective programming”,
For the other, I considered the list posted here.
Which one would you choose? If so, why?
I’ll apreciate any feedback, thanks!
Python Data Science Handbook: Essential Tools for Working with Data
This is a big point.
It is much more easy to be a consultant or educator than a money manager.
We live in a world of consultants and advisors .
Everyone is full of wisdom to execute on someone else money…
To be more credible you have to turn you ideas into a business with your time and money.
This is the reason I apreciate writers like Ernest Chan , he is not just a quant and a scholar, but also a trader and a money manager.
It is all about the definition of trader.
My definition is that a trader has a profitable trackrecord.
Without a trackrecord you can be a psychologist, a motivator, a coder, a youtuber…
If you want to be a pilot you need to learn from a pilot, a passionate of planes is not enough.