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Thanks to,finding ways to use R for HFT or high frequency trading,algos, quant, models,strategy development in finance
First, I got to say thanks for for adding this site. Thanks for them doing that. First I am really new to R but coming from a year of Matlab. I really like it and love all the high quality toolboxes from Mathworks. It made my life much easier. Thus far, I have been somewhat hitting walls of frustration of some badly documented R packages or I should say, lack of documentation on simple installation of it from outside of CRAN. Anyhow, I am trying to figure out stuff how to accomplish the equivalent stuff I did in Matlab. We shall see but I hope the R community can help with that. So there, and this blog post is dedicated to  It seems this site has helped me understand people’s results and reviews of all anything around R. I kind of like that and nothing lke that really exists in the world of Matlab. So I am glad this kind of site of exists.
P.S. I am sure methods for HFT does exist, I just got to learn it or find it.

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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