Note to thyself for quant anlytics TOP 3 strategies: ARIMA, Pairs Trading, Moving averare

(Last Updated On: August 31, 2012)

As per this survey:

http://quantlabs.net/surveys/2012/06/29/what-financial-forecasting-model-type-do-you-focus-on-within-r-or-other-statistical-tool/

These are three I am going to initially focus on:

ARIMA-currently being worked on but still heavily until quant analysis through time series

Moving Average-pretty popular technical strategy that people get, looks easy to implement

Pairs Trading-same reasons as moving average

The other strategies listed are pretty advanced which are heavy math based and really use for quant analytics. This could take months to get to this point.

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