DOWNLOAD Demo of Matlab Automated Trading System with HFT

(Last Updated On: October 23, 2015)
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DOWNLOAD Demo of Matlab Auromated Trading System with HFT thanks to Simulink

Nothing comes close! Nothing period. Full stop!. First public display of an HFT model from Mathworks with files to download

This is recent Mathworks blows everything out into the wide open. I extended this automated trading webinar video where can also code generate C++ from the Simulink. Everything also appears to run no problem despite the parallelism.

Lessons learned from this Mathworks

 Go here to download the Matlab source for FREE analysis 


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Demo of open source gnuplot trading charts for Cpp on Linux

Demo of open source gnuplot trading charts for Cpp on Linux

This is cool I just wished I knew about it earlier!

See the video on this cool open source charting library

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