Uh Did Timothy Sykes just send a Twitter Direct Message to me about misinformation in Penny Stocks?

(Last Updated On: January 4, 2015)
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Did Timothy Sykes just send a Twitter Direct Message to me about misinformation in Penny Stocks?

Or everyone else that follow him get the same?

See the Direct Message image here


Thoughts on open source Trade manager Java source code


Well documented with minimal amount.of dependencies vs standard java projects


Reflector stax with aspect pointing to some form of spring like data messaging


Sql data calls and schematic make sense with ones I never thought of. Stored

procedure used as well.


If you are seasoned java developer, there should be no reason To get up and running quickly with this project.


I need to review some java dependency frameworks I have not seen in many years


Some generic stateless interfaces used for potential optimal performance


Lots of testing examples and uses cases for strategy development framework. Could be used for backtesting to.




Intro to DOTNET QuantConnect Meetup Goto Meeting webinar details

From the Presenter and Founder:


Jared Board: We’ll have a quick overview of QuantConnect, and then implement the my personal favorite framework described in “Inside the Black Box” — a complete/full strategy with portfolio selection, alpha generation, risk control and execution components!


Please join my meeting, January 5, 2015 at 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.








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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