Dr Ernie Chan presents Beware of Low Frequency #Data

(Last Updated On: April 10, 2015)

Dr Ernie Chan presents Beware of Low Frequency #Data

He’s back! Abstract: It is commonly believed that low frequency strategies require only low frequency data for backtesting. We will show that using low frequency data can lead to dangerously inflated backtest results even for low frequency strategies. Examples will be drawn from a closed end fund strategy, a long-short stock strategy, and a futures strategy.

Meetup: Dr Ernie Chan presents Beware of Low Frequency Data


Is Amazon AWS machine learning better than Microsoft Azure?

I personally think the offfering from Mathworks is much better and you get to keep it private

 

Is Amazon AWS machine learning better than Microsoft Azure?

ThinkOrSwim API acccess only for the .0001 %

I must say questions are still unanswered in supporting programming languages and it still to mysterious to me. I did however talk to someone who is a customer and they verified you need $25k for API access. They also will actively watch your Think or Swim account for breaking the Pattern Day Trading rule of automating otherwise you get investigated by FINRA. Also, you need $20k in an account to get around that PDT rule. America, the free-est country in the world. Haha my right, Obama regulated you poor US based traders to death in this automated trading world. See their answers here.

ThinkOrSwim API acccess only for the .0001 %

Thanks for reading

Bryan Downing

P.S. People are still asking about this from earlier in the week

Video and files download for Visual trading idea to C++ or FPGA HFT Meetup

File download sample: test model (Matlab 2014b with Visual Studio 2013 C++ project generated)

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