Successful algo trading book review in Python from Quantstart

(Last Updated On: July 26, 2015)
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Success algo trading book review in

Python from Quantstart

I believe I have formulated some decent opinions on the trilogy
of prototyping programming languages for trading idea research.
After reading the excellent book called “Successful Algo Trading”
in Python from I made a 20 minute video explaining
my thoughts of this book with a way to implement into my training
workflow done in Matlab. Bonus: many people don’t know but Matlab
can call Python scripts. Booyah!

Click here to see my 20 minute video on this book review

Learn Python as Suggested by

As suggested by the author of here is a good resource
to learn how to program generally in Python.

Click here for the place to learn Python 

Knowing what I know, I’m very excited to be introducing my live
Q&A workflow coming this Tuesday.

Click here for details

I will be implementing some very exciting algorithms with Matlab’s Simulink
trading system models for all my Quant Elite members hopefully this week.


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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