Meetup: Machine Learning for Trading Strategies

(Last Updated On: April 3, 2015)

Meetup: Machine Learning for Trading Strategies


  1. At the very least you will see presentations from ML developers and traders, briefings on the state of the art of Trading System Lab and a peek into TSL Next Gen- Quant Systems Lab. So far we have 3 speakers and we need a few more. We prefer implementations in actual operation, trading or forward tracking with Equity Curves to be showed. All current speakers have ML implementations in live operations, money management operations or forward tracking. ML for Trading Strategies has been implemented in public trading for a number of years now and thus this MeetUp focuses on ML development that moves to production efficiently.


    Mike Barna, Trading System Lab-Will give a similar presentation to the one given at the International Traders Expo held in Manhattan last month on Machine Designed Trading Strategies.

    Rob Hartman, Pacific Capital Advisors-Will discuss how to research, design and trade Machine Designed Trading Strategies.

    Paul Johnson, Independent Trader and System Developer-Will discuss the progression of a Trader to Machine Designed Trading Strategies.

    Limited seating for only 150 attendees so reserve your space now!

    Please register your guests as well.

    This MeetUp is free to attendees.

    This MeetUp will not be recorded.

    Snacks and water will be provided. The Lodge has a full bar and limited food can be ordered. Restaurants in Los Gatos are available to you as well. Enjoy


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