Thoughts on Debugging from algos from a popular forex trading platform

I am also currently deep in the weeds trying to debug a transformed algorithm routine from a very popular forex trading platform. I want this to run in Python which is for my 100% vision of using one programming language for my entire infrastructure. Another one is planned next week. Both are similar to the […]

Automated head and shoulders indicator webinar for May 23 at 7 PM EDT

I am doing yet another demo of my new automated head and shoulders indicator. I competed this a few days ago which really pinpoint market entry and exits for cryptocurrency trading opportunities. After my last Python script I highlighted for download, this one works with Bitcoin crypto market data, I have leveraged that power for […]

ARPM Bootcamp 6-day Intensive Quantitative Training

Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management (ARPM) Bootcamp 6-day Intensive Quantitative Training Online anytime I New York, 13-18 August 2018 The ARPM Bootcamp with 500 onsite attendees (70% practitioners – 30% academics) – Consolidates risk managers’, financial data scientists’ and portfolio managers’ expertise into a structured and rigorous quantitative framework – Empowers avid learners with a quantitative background to gain the […]

Difference between debugging Python in FREE Microsoft Visual Code Studio versus Pycharm

Difference between debugging Python in FREE Microsoft Visual Code Studio versus Pycharm Visual Studio Code advantages Both IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) are free but PyCharm has bugs with no simple help. Just go with the Microsoft Visual Code Studio just for the Intellisense or debugging capabilities. I still prefer my Sublime and running the Python […]

How to create a Microsoft Office Word document from Python 3

How to create a Microsoft Office Word document from Python 3 Install this package called python-docx which is now available for Python. Useful links I used http://python-docx.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user/documents.html http://python-docx.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user/quickstart.html   Chart Director trading 38 minute video added to Python 3 infrastructure course NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. […]

Demo of automated head and shoulders with XRB BTC hourly crypto currency data from Binance

Demo of automated head and shoulders with XRB BTC hourly crypto currency data from Binance This is a powerful indicator or trading patterns which is generated automatically. As explained in the data, I can only get this working with hourly data since it needs about 1000 data points. I can confirm it seems to download […]

Easy Python script to download crypto currency market data with CCXT package

Easy Python script to download crypto currency market data with CCXT package Here is a FREE fast tutorial This is a quick and dirty script to show you how to download crypto currency market data from Binance and Bittrex! This works with no fund nor registration on the exchange!   Download Cryptocurrency Data with CCXT […]

24 hour notice video replay Introducing my Head and Shoulder Flag Pennant Wedge Technical Indicator trading pattern Webinar

Today is the ”<24 hour notice video replay” for all my members on trading pattern video presentation from last night. This has been programmed to expire on: May 16, 2018 at 12:01 AM (think tonite!) This is what I’m speaking about: One hour video presentation on high-level introduction to flags, penance, wedges, and head & […]

TONIGHT: Introducing my Head and Shoulder Flag Pennant and Wedge Technical Indicator Webinar

Hey Tonight is the night I will be talking about Head and Shoulder Flag Pennant and Wedge patterns. As said in yesterday’s email, I talked about the HUGE benefits I have been seeing with my Harmonic Patterns. I am also starting to see them be talked about in my news sources as of this morning. […]

Flag pennants webinar tomorrow and LIVE forex data with Dr Ernie Chan!

In the last few emails I have describe the next generation of trading patterns I am working on. These include flags, pennants, and wedges. As the original source code was from a very popular forex retail trading platform, I have managed to transcode the first set over to Python. There’s still a lot of the […]