As some of you know, I have hit wall after wall trying to implement this proprietary but simple options trading strategy. After cagey responses from Tradelink vendor Pracplay, struggling with their API, and most of all still waiting for unanswered questions on the most expensive trading platform on the platform, I hit a divine moment, my London quant friend re-appeared. He said why waste my time? Develop my own trading platform. I started that earlier this year until I was enticed away from it.
This time, I got help. Here is what has already been posted for my QuantLabs.net Premium Members:
3 fastest steps blueprint to building to your fairly easy to understand fully integrated .NET C# automated trading platform
Demo of TWS tool for batch testing to communicate with Interactive Brokers TWS
Demo of Java Streamer for IQFeed real time market data
Demo of link with Microsoft .NET C# and Visual C++ sample running with Interactive Brokers TWS
Concurrent List c# .NET class for thread safe list collection
Some of these concepts are crucial to trading moving forward. As the use of HFT is intensifying but not really going away, it just seems that you MAY need to start trading at a higher frequency. This means at levels of ticks and minute bars. Who knows?
This highly profitable quant does feel your computerized software trading platform is going to give you the edge, not your algorithms, models, or trading strategies. Learn more about these software engineering techniques in this membership as you will not find it anywhere else.
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