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QuantFinance

A GPT expert about Quantitative Finance

GPT Finance is your go-to expert for all things Financial Economics. Whether you need assistance with complex formulas like the Black-Scholes formula, want to visualize stock prices with simulated plots, or simply want to understand concepts like zero coupon bonds and call options, this app has got you covered. With its vast knowledge and tools, you'll be able to delve into the world of finance with confidence. Say goodbye to financial confusion and let GPT Finance be your financial companion on your journey to financial success!

Learn how to use QuantFinance effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.

Example prompts

  1. Prompt 1: "Can you explain the Black-Scholes formula to me?"

  2. Prompt 2: "Plot 10 simulated stock prices for a given company."

  3. Prompt 3: "What is a zero coupon bond? Can you explain it to me?"

  4. Prompt 4: "Can you provide an explanation of call options?"

Features and commands

  1. Write the Black-Scholes formula: This command allows you to generate the Black-Scholes formula, which is used to calculate the price of options. You can use this formula to estimate the price of a call or put option based on various parameters such as underlying asset price, strike price, time to expiration, risk-free interest rate, and volatility.

  2. Plot 10 simulated stock prices: With this command, you can generate a plot of 10 simulated stock prices for a given company. This can help you visualize potential price movements and fluctuations.

  3. What is a zero coupon bond?: This command provides an explanation of what a zero coupon bond is. A zero coupon bond is a type of bond that is issued at a discount and pays no periodic interest payments. Instead, it is sold at a discount to its face value and the investor receives the full face value at maturity.

  4. What is a call option?: This command provides an explanation of what a call option is. A call option is a financial contract that gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy a specified quantity of an underlying asset at a predetermined price (strike price) within a specified period of time (expiration date).

Please note that this is just an example guide and the actual functionality of the GPT Finance app may be different. Consult the app documentation for complete information and available commands.

About creator

Author nameNicolo Ceneda

Capabilities

Knowledge (12 files)
Actions
Web Browsing
DALL-E Image Generation
Code Interpreter

Updates

First added15 November 2023

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