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I am an investment advisor, helping people to manage their investment portfolios, with a balance between their expected return and tolerated risk. I also train people to trade in the equity market using derivatives as speculation and protection. With over 15 years of trading experience and my self-developed simulator, I can help students thoroughly appreciate the risks and money management skills. Students can get a copy of this simulator for free. Moreover, I can help students on business registration, pros and cons of different investment vehicles, and tax issues.
I am a native Chinese speaker. I like composing couplets and poems in the ancient Chinese style. I teach my children to learn Chinese and appreciate the beauty of the language and culture.
Computer Science focuses on the science part for tasks involving computers (as opposed to computer engineering). On one side, computer science studies how to make computers work (e.g., operating systems and compilers). On the other hand, computer science addresses how we can use computers to solve problems (such as algorithms, data structures, programming languages).
I have a Ph.D. degree in computer science.
I have BS and MS degrees in mathematics from University of Science and Technology of China, one of the top universities and top math departments. Discrete math was part of the core curriculum. If you need further information, please let me know. Thanks!
I can proudly help you on the math in finance. Particularly I can help people prepare for the Series 3 and Series 7 exams.
I teach people about the investment concepts: stocks, bonds, open or close funds, and derivatives.
Also I have developed a FREE computer program to train people on stock trading with real data.
I had heavily used linear algebra in my studies and research for over ten years. From the algebraic viewpoint, linear algebra is the "art" of manipulating matrices. From the geometric viewpoint, it is the study of vector spaces. One trick in linear algebra is to "dig holes". If you have not heard about it before, this idea will definitely help your understanding of linear algebra.
I had rigorous and formal training in mathematical analysis. I also had extensive exposure to logic in computer science study and research. During my previous logic tutoring sessions, I had covered the topics of set theory, propositional and first-order logic, completeness, and other logical issues.
I have used MATLAB for over 10 years on daily basis. I develop most of my computer programs in MATLAB now.
I held a Series 7 license when I worked as a financial advisor. Many people find the Series 7 exam hard because of the options problems. I have developed my own trading algorithms based on options (calculation and valuation). The math behind the options can be explained and learned in a relatively easier way.