For Python user: Backtesting An Intraday Mean Reversion Pairs Strategy Between SPY And IWM

(Last Updated On: February 21, 2014)
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An interesting discussion of development IDEs for Python resulted here.

In Python: Backtesting An Intraday Mean Reversion Pairs Strategy Between SPY And IWM – See more at:

It resulted in this:

An interesting take on Matlab vs Python with Entropy foe a quant research trading model or algo –
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Rithmic could be an interesting second data provider to watch with no latency:

Is Rithmic R|Trader Pro new excel function better than IQFeed with better latency being on the CME?
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When we will these little greedy children learn?

STUPID Hedge fund analyst caught with stealing secret trading algorithms
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It’s on! I am finally testing this new SQL Server to see if there is any HFT potential with it:

My results of testing SQL Server 2014 with OLTP in memory Hekaton data with millions of records for potential HFT
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I will be posting my results and source in the quant elite section.

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P.S. Be on the look out for a last minute online Meetup to showcase some of my findings.

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!
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