Is Matlab SImulink with C++ or FPGA HDL code generation most cost effective over any HFT trading platform software solution?
These interesting comments came from one of muy Youtube visitors: (thanks to him for sending these thoughts)
This got me thinking:
How do you tie matlab into execution without the performance hassles? Simulink can generate c++ code, but Deltix uses c# for script and can also use java for quantserver only.
You know, even at that price, after a few months time, each of you would be able to buy your own FPGA board from Dini et. al, anyway.
If it is possible for Simulink to implement an end-to-end system including execution from within matlab, you can apply that knowledge you gain from the process to FPGA execution
–> My response is this could be still the absolute best option for pricing, control of process, flexibility, and adaptability. Also, because of Simulink code generation to C++, you should be able to easily bridge a FIX solution with even FPGA. Who know until we play right?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!