Matlab Simulink offers a more control and open source than any proprietary HFT or trading platform software solution

(Last Updated On: April 4, 2013)

Matlab Simulink offers a more control and open source than any proprietary HFT or trading platform software solution

 

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Another continued dialogue with my Youtube visitor:

The problem is that the DLL is generated by the matlab compiler, which means that it is still dependent upon the interpreted/sluggish matlab compiler runtime. Deltix is pretty good for what it is, but it is still pricey and it is still a locked down proprietary system.

–> agreed on both points. You are referring to Matlab Builder NE or JA which you are correct. I prefer the code generation from either the Matlab or Simulink Compiler toolboxes

 

With Matab/Simulink you have a true open platform. Sticking to deltix would only be suitable for a niche, especially since deltix only has a few dozen customers, itself.

–> Again I wholeheartedly agree with this

Matlab/Simulink can let you demonstrate systems for retail clients and execution from matlab, or professional clients with c++ code generation or niche fpga clients with code targeted to fpga.

–> I cover these with Simulink to C++ to DLL for Tradelink in my Premium Membership

I mean, if you gave clients connectors for currenex/quickfix plus ib/quickfix and an iqfeed datafeed for ib, plus showed them x_trader with strategies/modeling and execution, that would cover all the bases.

–> IQFeed can be imported into Matlab through the data capture. Also it can execute trades using X_Trader through new Trading toolbox.

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