Is Matlab and Deltix the ultimate HFT trading strategy development environment? What about Apama with Java?

(Last Updated On: February 23, 2013)

Is Matlab and Deltix the ultimate HFT trading strategy development environment? What about Apama with Java?

From  Youtube user so big thanks to them:

 

 

http://www.automatedtrader.net/headlines/129649/mathworks-on-the-challenges-of-implementation

 

Thankfully, deltix takes care of all of this.

 

If you watch the video, you’ll see the guy talking about how hard it is for institutions to port code written in scripting languages like matlab over to c++/java for execution. With Deltix you don’t need to worry about that.

 

Likewise, with matlab/simulink/dini fpga, you don’t need to worry about that either. So, given the challenges of porting matlab code to other languages at even the institutional level where you have professionals working on this, would you agree that it would be best to keep everything in one program (matlab, in this case)?

 

Deltix (or simulink fpga) is actually the all around best system out there. With Apama, you’re limited to a strange java-based custom langauge, and other solutions like 4th story and tradeforecaster are black boxes.

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