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O'Reilly Book: Python for Finance

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O'Reilly Book: Python for Finance

Still in early release, could be good

Python for Finance*-*O'Reilly Media

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I picked the book up last week on kindle....I can't really recommend it. The material covered can easily be found around the web...there is very little in the way of in-depth discussion on any topic presented.

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I agree with Eric, just not worth the time.

I don't think you need much book wise other than Python for Data Analysis.

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I agree with Eric, just not worth the time.

I don't think you need much book wise other than Python for Data Analysis.

which is very good by the way ... plenty of useful examples and guidance in py for data analysis.

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