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How I am saving you nearly $500K in software licensing alone with this high frequency trading aka HFT platform I am building you

(Last Updated On: October 31, 2012)

How I am saving you nearly $500K in software licensing alone with this high frequency trading aka HFT platform I am building you

Hi there

Let me break the math down on the savings for myself when I build this HFT platform. These are typical implementations If I were to build out  with commerical software of the equivalent open source tools and projects I am using:

$100K Matlab with clustering and worker licenses

$250K kdb + back end data repository typical implementation

$100k Direct Edge, Arca, Opra, BATS, ITCH,  data connection libraries etc.

That totals $450K in licensing fees alone not including you operating system or even hardware. I did not even bother with the development costs which could be upwards of $100 per hour.

Well you get the idea. I am saving you potentially serious moola just on the software costs so you got ask yourself why are you not joining my QuantLabs.net membership!

The above methodologies are proving themselves and used throughout the financial services industry no matter what they will not tell you.

I ask again, why are you not part of this membership.  This is how secretive hedge funds and prop shops operate. What do you think was the most profitable division within large investment banks?

I am thinking of increasing the rates substantially as I move ahead with these developments as they prove themselves.

From there, we go into stealth mode with highly quick strategies and models to be implemented into this platform.

Bryan

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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