Tag Archives: Python

Backtest with combined R and Python

Backtest with comibines R and Python   I just read Ivan P’s latest article over at http://www.quintuitive.com/. He mentioned the different backtesting options of Quantopian and QuantConnect. I have no issue with either but I then started think of the different combos of Python and/or R combined. I even thought about 100% Python backtesting framework.…

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Intro preview to new quant future options courses and Python infrastructure

I just posted this video on how I will be removing the PUBLIC ACCESS from my Quant ELITE membership in the next few days to weeks. This will be the last of my ‘highly valuable’ deals before I go premium in coming weeks fro my new Analytics service. If you want to take advantage of…

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Dr Ernest Chan’s comparison of Matlab R and Python for trading

  Dr Ernie Chan’s comparison of Matlab R and Python for trading One word: AWESOME!!! Thanks to one to my newsletter subscribers for sending this. If you ever want to know this debate, Matlab is your pick. If you want to do open source and free, I would recommend to Python. Even New York City…

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NEW Preview of Python Infrastructure Building Blocks for Algo Trading

New preview of Python Infrastructure Building Blocks for Algo Trading Here we go. I got a preview video of the Analytics service with what a typical course will look like. This demonstrates the look of the Python Infrastructure Building Blocks course. Check it out here Yes this Quant Analytics is coming so much sooner than…

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New preview of Python Infrastructure Building Blocks for Algo Trading

New preview of Python Infrastructure Building Blocks for Algo Trading New preview for the upcoming Anlytics service. All courses will be spun off into indie product as explained in the video Join my ELITE membership here Join my FREE newsletter to learn when this analytics service is ready to launch NOTE I now post my…

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Algorithm trading in less than 100 lines of Python code

Algo trading in less than 100 lines of Python code My Facebook friend known as Super Nuno sent me an interesting link. The title was to the effect of: How you can set up an algo system in less than 100 lines of Python source code. Would that not be amazing? I have also heard…

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Algo trading in less than 100 lines of Python code

Algo trading in less than 100 lines of Python code This even has an Oanda data connection but it is too late for that. Oanda don’t have support anyhow but I do have better broker options Thanks to Super Nuno for sending https://www.oreilly.com/learning/algorithmic-trading-in-less-than-100-lines-of-python-code?imm_mid=0ed016&cmp=em-na-na-na-newsltr_fintech_20170206 Join my FREE newsletter to learn more about Python programming for your…

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Testing of Python Markowitz Portfolio packages

  Full testing of Python Markowitz Portfolio packages In this video, I highlight some Trading Scripts you can use for analyzing a portfolio with Markowitz techniques. There are many other techniques but these seemed to work OK. In fact, one of the Demonstrations was to showcase zipline Python package  from Quantopian. It seems that I…

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Full testing of Python Markowitz Portfolio packages

Full testing of Python Markowitz Portfolio packages   A few notes abut the notes below: This video below serves 2 purposes which includes a quick & dirty way to test the code  if it works in my Python 2.7.13. I am pretty well not budging from this version for a while so I expect incompatibility…

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Jython tutorial to merge Python and Java

Jython tutorial to merge Python and Java One Dukascopy JForex got me interested. https://github.com/redrhino/jforex-python/blob/master/strategy/Strategy.py ( I am sure this works but I gave up on it as I don’t really need it as compared to using Redis NoSQL ) It is built off of Jython where you merge Python running Java and vice versa. Here…

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