I did my occasional looking up high paying Quant and high-frequency trading development jobs. The market in London England has radically changed to make it easier for people to get these type of jobs that pays in the neighborhood of £150,000.
I also did my shortest online meet up yet last night.
Good news and bad news.
Working with the Interactive Brokers API especially Java, is not very productive. For last week I was going around in circles trying to accomplish what I would think are simple tasks. As a result, I have decided to dump it and go with the good news option.
Good news but still bad:
I got my TWSLink2 working with Visual C++. As you can tell, I am not a happy camper going back to Windows technology but sometimes your trading broker dictates these options. Being in Canada, IB was really my only option so as a result I was forced to use this only option that would work easily. As a result, I present:
Yes that’s correct, it works and this is the easiest way to go about managing your Interactive Brokers API calls. In fact I make it even easier with C-sharp wish I will show in coming days. As usual, I have included the source code of this working demo via my Quant Elite membership.
The good news overall is that I can know hopefully finish off this Karen Super Trader strategy but using Windows and .Net. Kind of sad really, but I was forced to do it thanks to the lackluster Interactive Brokers API.
Thanks for reading,
P.S. Let me know if you have any issues with the above purchase link in red. My vendor just fixed a bug.FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!