"This equation is used to determine the yield of a financial derivative. When the yield is set to zero, the equation takes on the familiar form which the SEC calls The Madoff."

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"Are there any questions about the curve that I use to determine your final grade?"

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ReplyDelete"...and that is my proof that one plus one does NOT equal two."

ReplyDelete"I've put a brief summary on the blackboard. You'll want to copy that for your homework tomorrow."

ReplyDeleteCome on, class. You still don't get it? You mean I have to show you how to do it AGAIN?

ReplyDelete"There. So I don't ever wanna hear you griping about YOUR 'honey-do' list!"

ReplyDelete"This equation is used to determine the yield of a financial derivative. When the yield is set to zero, the equation takes on the familiar form which the SEC calls The Madoff."

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"Are there any questions about the curve that I use to determine your final grade?"