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

(Last Updated On: April 7, 2015)
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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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Here is the chat log:


Chat Log   C:\Users\Bryan\Documents\ChatLog From visual trading idea to C__ or FPGA HFT 2015_04_07 20_52.rtf


PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:47 PM: im good thanks, you?

PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:47 PM: yup

PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:48 PM: quentlabs

PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:48 PM: simuling

PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:48 PM: link

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 6:49 PM: brb

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 6:51 PM: hello to all

James Hirschorn (to Everyone): 6:52 PM: Yes. I’m not saying much because I’m eating dinner.

James Hirschorn (to Everyone): 6:53 PM: Yes, I think it went well. Thanks!

PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:56 PM: quality of code after matlab generation?

PatrickT (to Everyone): 6:56 PM: in terms of optimization of c

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:00 PM: ha ha ha

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:00 PM: O’rly

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:00 PM: 🙂

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:01 PM: lonely

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:02 PM: Hello to all.

j bates (to Everyone): 7:02 PM: hello

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:02 PM: let her rip

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 7:09 PM:

James Hirschorn (to Everyone): 7:12 PM: I’m hearing loud music in the background.

James Hirschorn (to Everyone): 7:13 PM: Thx.

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:15 PM: Can you get code to export into Metatrader?

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:15 PM: Funny ha ha?

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 7:16 PM:

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 7:16 PM:

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:17 PM: Yes, Expert Advisor.

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:18 PM: can you pull Metatrader code into Simulink and then back to Metatrader?

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:19 PM: mql is on c++ i think, so u can make simuling c functions dll and call from mql5

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:20 PM: Yes, once in a DLL it can be called cleanly.

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:25 PM: 😉 standard warnings

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:26 PM: cost?

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:27 PM: ouch

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:28 PM: i seen some monthly subs

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:28 PM: subscription fees

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:29 PM: so are u paying 20k to do this?

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:29 PM: ahh

j bates (to Everyone): 7:32 PM: how long have you been using simulink?

j bates (to Everyone): 7:32 PM: ok


Paul Cottrell (Private): 7:38 PM: question

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:42 PM: one need to know how to code anyways…to understand outcomes

Paul Cottrell (Private): 7:45 PM: question

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:46 PM: anything about model tseting /backtest

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:46 PM: and scope is dynamic?

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:46 PM: when live data feed is hooked to model

James Hirschorn (to Everyone): 7:47 PM: In previous meetups we[‘ve had talks on sophisticated methods like genetic programming. Can simulink be used for those kinds of strategies?

Paul Cottrell (Private): 7:47 PM: comment

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:49 PM: yes thats nice

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:49 PM: sockets

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:50 PM: And build up a tool box of functions that you can take to new systems.

PatrickT (to Everyone): 7:50 PM: …copy paste work too

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 7:57 PM:

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 7:59 PM: looks like you can pull in dials and other outputs into your code

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:04 PM: And still it can be challenging to manage the programmers.

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:05 PM: This would be cleaner.

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:08 PM: what is the cost again?

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:09 PM: Ok. Thanks.

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:09 PM: Or a windows app that can interface with the Metatrader but give a lot of data on the windows screen with the trades on and off in MT4.

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:11 PM: Interesting, there is a course tomorrow online:

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:11 PM: Curricullum

j bates (to Everyone): 8:16 PM: Your audio is now muffled here.

j bates (to Everyone): 8:17 PM: not just me?

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:17 PM: I hear it too.

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:17 PM:

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:17 PM: gone

j bates (to Everyone): 8:17 PM: Yes

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:18 PM:

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:19 PM: Are you still thinking about a group project to create a system?

Ken (to Everyone): 8:21 PM: Are you trying to create an algo for Karen Supertrader Strategy?

Daniel Howard (Siesta Key, FL) (to Everyone): 8:26 PM: Hey Bry!

Ken (to Everyone): 8:29 PM: If we have confidential trading strategy ideas that we want to share with you, are you signing other people’s non-disclosure agreements or do you have your own?

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:30 PM:

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:32 PM:

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:32 PM: There are more ideas than time to code them all.

Eddie (to Everyone): 8:32 PM: Do you know how much historical data Karen uses to generate her probability distribution to trade her options strategy?

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:33 PM:

Ken (to Everyone): 8:34 PM:

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:36 PM: Thanks this is really useful for a newbie.

j bates (to Everyone): 8:36 PM: What fpga board?

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: Oh yeah!

Wei Wu (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: why using fpga?

j bates (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: yeah

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: I thought it has a lot of potential.

Ken (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: ^ converted !

Eddie (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: contemplating it.. 🙂

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:38 PM:

Wei Wu (to Everyone): 8:38 PM: ok

James Hirschorn (to Everyone): 8:39 PM: I’ll look into it definitely.

Eddie (to Everyone): 8:39 PM: is matlab on a subscription basis?

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:42 PM: yes

Eddie (to Everyone): 8:42 PM: yep

j bates (to Everyone): 8:42 PM: nope

Ken (to Everyone): 8:42 PM: yes

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:42 PM:

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:42 PM:

Daniel Howard (Siesta Key, FL) (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: Thanks Bryan!  Good stuff.

Wei Wu (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: sometimes I found that you are posting at 4am, don’t you sleep?


Ken (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: Much Appreciated !

Wei Wu (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: no

Wei Wu (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: I am in New Jersey

j bates (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: Will you tweet when you post this video to youtube

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:43 PM: Its great. Thanks Bryan.

j bates (to Everyone): 8:44 PM: great thanks.

Eddie (to Everyone): 8:44 PM: thanks bryan.

Wei Wu (to Everyone): 8:46 PM: thank you Bryan, see you next time.

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:46 PM: see you wei thanks for coing

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:48 PM:

Bryan Downing (to Everyone): 8:51 PM:

Steve Perrott (to Everyone): 8:51 PM: Thank you Bryan.

Patrick (to Everyone): 8:52 PM: Thanks Bryan. Good Night everyone.

j bates (to Everyone): 8:52 PM: thanks

Ken (to Everyone): 8:52 PM: Cheers


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