I am working on an Excel spreadsheet that will highlight all future trading strategy categories by asset class

(Last Updated On: February 3, 2014)


I am working on an Excel spreadsheet that will highlight all future trading strategy categories by asset class.

These are gleaned from the books of:

C# in Financial Markets

Trading Systems and Methods

This will be posted as part of my new Elite membership 

Update: I have finished the C# in Financial Markets so now I test the source code

More Updates: I have completed the source code vetting for C# in Financial Markets:

Hooray! Most source code for DotNet book called C# in Financial Markets work

I now will be focusing on the Trading Systems and Methods book strategies. This is more realistic due to a couple of things:

1. It is the next logical step to experiment in ‘godfather’ quant books like the big series from Paul Wilmott

2. The code is in Tradestation Easy Language which needs to be ported over to .NET C#. That will be fun and lengthy. All of these projects will be entered in to my Elite Membership section. Also, it contains many (I mean many) strategy types which covers a lot.

3. Using a retail platform to source out trading strategies might be a smart way to reverse engineer these due to algos are included. Most of all the programming logic for trading execution is included as well. As a result, it could be one of the better guidelines to code up my own strategies for my trading environment found in my Elite Membership!

4. One last thing: Holy frigging 1200+ pages!!

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Here is a sample:

C# IN FINANCIAL MARKETS asset strategy priority (fx=forex, f=futures, o=options, fi=fix income, e=equity)
Strategy name Asset Type
4.3.1 Defining Standard Interfaces fi
4.6 ExplicitEuler: o
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