Here is yet another fiery HFT debate on Reuters with Haim Bodek and Manoj Narang–actuarlly more civil

(Last Updated On: April 10, 2014)
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Bryan, this lit up a lot but we even heard from Haim over Twitter:

Haim HFT

Here is another fiery HFT debate on Reuters with Haim Bodek and Manoj Narang – See more

Microsoft Python teams via Twitter have verified this language is not up to snuff with .NET :


Microsoft @PT4VS pointed me to this open source Python for DotNet on SourceForge – See more

Do we need yet another stats book?


Who know this book Statistically significant algorithms for trading of financial instruments? | Technical forum | Forum – See more

This tool Impulse C brought up some interesting discussion on C embedded on FPGAs:


Does anyone know of Impulse C to embed C onto an FPGA? | Technical forum | Forum – See more


More for my Members with source code available:


4 demos to estimate market direction with ARIMA in Matlab – See more


More demos of ARIMA market forecasting with Matlab – See more 


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Thanks Bryan

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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