Lessons learned with Matlab automated trading webinar for HFT with Simulink and Stateflow

(Last Updated On: October 13, 2015)
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Lessons learned with Matlab automated trading webinar for HFT with Simulink and Stateflow

Stuart Kozola of Mathworks does a new automated trading webinar that blew my socks off as usual. It does take a lot to impress me these days.

Lessons learned:

  1. I have seen many multi million dollar systems but the event code paradigm introduced here verifies how smart any quant or HFT system should be implemented
  2. Data providers and proper ways to implement with proper design patterns will make your system very flexible
  3. Proper use cases for Matlab Production Server in the financial trading world
  4. HFT examples using Simulink and Stateflow. Any reminder of my videos of this?

 

Where  does this leave? Implement it all but study the above examples you can get on Matlab File Central.

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/52588-automated-trading-system-development-with-matlab

Demo Automated Trading System Development MATLAB

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