Tag Archives: Quant Development

Is this the real reason we should switch all our quant development to C++?

Is this the real reason we should switch all our quant development to C++? This came in from a newsletter subscribers after this link: http://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/07/is-c-still-the-perfect-choice-for-modern-app-development-or-is-dotnet-csharp-or-fsharp-better   This person’s response was: I like c++ because the “Namespace” thing 😉   Join our FREE newsletter to see if we implement in C++   NOTE I now post…

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Video interview with Quant Start Michael Halls-Moore on quant development vs retail trading

Video interview with Quant Start Michael Halls-Moore on quant development vs retail trading Learn how we do it through our FREE newsletter NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don’t worry as I don’t post stupid cat videos or what I eat!

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ARMA forecasting model within Excel? More Q & A on using Excel VBA for quant development? Stick with C++, R,, or Matlab for HFT #excel

ARMA forecasting model within Excel?  More Q & A on using Excel VBA for quant development? Stick with C++, R,, or Matlab for HFT #excel From a visitor query: Responses below followed by –> > Hey Bryan, > > How’s it going? I’m really interested in joining quantlabs; however, > I wanted to ask you…

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Do we record our webinars for quant analytics, quant development, and R learning? Yes we do

Hi Miguel We do record them but they get posted mostly or members but I may put the odd one up on Youtube depending on the value of it. Do we record our webinars for quant analytics, quant development, and R learning? Yes we do > Hello Bryan, > > The local time here in…

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Quantitative analysis is about to move ahead in Singapore and Asia as a whole

Unlike in the West, Asian banks haven’t hired a whole lot of quants (yet). That seems to be about to change. Because industry watchers are claiming that Asia needs to develop its quantitative finance field or risk being left behind. Left behind in what, exactly? Well, Asian banks need quant help to roll out new…

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Youtube video on how to look for high paying matlab r c# java c++ quant development jobs in NYC and London

Youtube video on how to look for high paying matlab r c# java c++ quant development jobs in NYC and London Become a member now. NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don’t worry as I don’t post stupid cat videos or what I eat!

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Why I don’t do consulting gigs or programming stints for custom quant development? You probably could not afford my outrageous rates

Why I don’t do consulting gigs or programming stints for custom quant development? You probably could not afford my outrageous rates I was appreciate these kind of requests but I need to put out a general response to this.Another comment about programming: > Bryan, > > First, massive improvement on the website! Looks great. Good content.> Second,…

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How to get started in quant development and HFT?

How to get started in quant development and HFT? Hello, I am a fresh graduate from the engineering field and have discovered that I have a huge interest in the algorithmic trading field. I guess I just wanted to ask some advice from people in the industry on what my next stepts should be. My…

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Question and answers on programming to make your millions in the world of quant development or HFT

Question and answers on programming to make your millions in the world of quant development or HFT I’m not sure how to go about phrasing this, So I will just put it out there. I have never coded before, but I’m quite sure I have the time and intelligence to become very good at it.…

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The battle between open source tools for quant development: R, Matlab clone Octave, and Python

The battle between open source tools for quant development: R, Matlab clone Octave, and Python This  is quite surprising as R appears to be difficult to learn compared to the others. I kind of don’t agree with that but I will admit the language syntax is wonky. It is claimed that R was created by…

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