Is C++ and R the future development stack for high frequency trading platforms aka HFT? #hft

(Last Updated On: November 6, 2012)

Is C++ and R  the future development stack for high frequency trading platforms aka HFT?

possibly, if there’s a strong emphasis on math and programming during the major, or if you plan on doing a MBA or PHD in a mathematical field. I majored in Finance&Economics and Applied Mathematics (I had no social life for 4 years lol) but we were lucky enough to learn statistical modeling at a pretty young age with R and if you can take some courses in C++ at college because I had to teach myself after graduation, and it wasn’t fun. XD

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As I say, the combination of C++ and R could be the future of high frequency trading platforms. Our new platform is based on this.

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