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From Theory ......

The aim of this website is helping people with little knowledge of Risk Management to develop a taste for Risk topics. Quantik.org is free access and allows users to consult and download working papers as well as other educational tools.




.....To Real-Time Information

But Quantik.org is also more than working papers and models; allowing readers to access real-time - or slightly delayed - market indicators (cf "Market Indicators" tab) or new Risk articles published by the reputed Risk information platform "Risk.net" (cf here below). 

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