Home: Resources

Recommended Products, Services and Sites

Excel VBA Tutorial

Anthony's Excel VBA Tutorial Page
Contains Excel and VBA (Macro) tutorial examples on various topics such as finance, mathematics, statistics and other general issues

Microsoft MSDN Library
An essential resource for developers using Microsoft tools, products, and technologies.

Excel Related Products

Strativia Financial Management Software
Strativia is a financial management software development and services company specializing in applications for personal and business use. Strativia is the developer of Budget Forecaster, a powerful home budget and personal finance management application.

Excel Business Tools
Excel templates for financial analysis and business productivity.

Excel VBA Models
Developer of many Excel VBA models in finance and statistics.

Data Mining Tools

Crystal Ball A risk analysis, simulation and optimization software by Decisioneering.

SPSS SPSS Inc. is a leading worldwide provider of predictive analytics software and solutions.

@Risk A Monte Carlo simulation tool.

Professional Services

Legend Financial Advisors Legend Financial Advisors, Inc. is a fee-only U.S. Securities Exchange Commission registered investment advisory firm with its headquarters located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Matt H. Evans, CPA, CMA, CFM Financial management and accountancy services.

Other Information Sites

Electronic Statistics Textbook Electronic Statistics Textbook offers training in the understanding and application of statistics.

About Options Options basics introduction from Investopedia.

Wikipedia A multilingual, web-based, free content encyclopedia.

Quick Contact Box

Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model

The Black-Scholes model is a mathematical model of the market for an equity, in which the equity's price is a stochastic process. Its PDE is an equation which (in the model) the price of a derivative on the equity must satisfy. The Black–Scholes formula is the result obtained by applying the Black-Scholes PDE to European put and call options. The formula was derived by Fischer Black and Myron Scholes and published in 1973. They built on earlier research by Edward O. Thorp, Paul Samuelson, and Robert C. Merton. The fundamental insight of Black and Scholes is that the option is implicitly priced if the stock is traded.
More Info