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(Last Updated On: October 13, 2015)

Event driven C++ Metaprograming

I am just understanding the power of this. I have seen this is in a few multimillion dollar trading systems. It was also highlighted by Stuart Kozola’s latest Matlab automated trading webinar video. This is the fastest way to implement a HFT system. It is also complicated to learn





These 2 uses modern metapgrogramming


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