Potential profitable HFT: xMoving Average and Pair Trading strategies visually with Matlab Simulink

(Last Updated On: January 17, 2013)

Potential profitable HFT: xMoving Average and Pair Trading strategies visually with Matlab Simulink

I am looking at developing my first entire working strategy within the world of Matlab’s SImulink. I got future strategies including moving average and pairs trading. This can be done visually as it appears much faster to develop considering the slow debugging iterations you go through with traditional programming languages like Java, C#, or C++.

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