Quick but yet simple automated algorithmic trading system to be implemented in short order with C Java Matlab in Linux

(Last Updated On: December 23, 2014)
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Quick but yet simple automated algorithmic trading system to be implemented in short order with C Java Matlab in Linux

It looks like our final stack has been ‘approved’ by the powers to me (or influential people who make things happens). It is quite simple:

  1. Redis 3 with clustering (hopefully it works as this is written in C) with ZeroMQ Pub/Sub message queuing between Java clients to listeners of IQFeed or broker connections including Interactive Brokers or Oanda.
  2. Utilize Matlab/Simulink Coder Generation capabilities to C to integrate with Redis on a local build tom implement model/strategy/algo.
  3. All done in minimal Linux with non Windows due to recent hack (call me paranoid!)
  4. Use a simple Java JChart2d project to be integrated into Java client for Redis datastore.

All steps have been investigated in the past so hopefully these components should work nice and get implemented quickly. Questions? Let me know

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