Is Marketcetera the best FREE open source true HFT Java platform ready to be integrated with my IQFeed and Interactive Brokers stuff?

(Last Updated On: March 21, 2014)

Is Marketcetera the best FREE open source true HFT Java platform ready to be integrated with my IQFeed and Interactive Brokers stuff?

I have played with this years ago as it was the first kid on the block. It was well written at the time with decent documentation. I also got everything to work but I am unsure of the current version and status. You can download the source under their GPL2 license.

Here is a thought on Marketcetera:

1. It is complete open source with Java minus the important broker and data provider adapters.

2. Use IQFeed Java API sample to implement

3. Use my third party Interactive Brokers third party library to implement

4. Use MATLAB Builder JA to integrate

This could be interesting. Also, do check out their adapters what you can plug into including pure HFT low latency brokers.

Watch this video on my further thoughts

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/03/marketcetera-hft-platform-resurfaces-in-2014/

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