Demo video of multiple Interactive Brokers TWS market data using Java API pushed into NOSQL Redis

(Last Updated On: November 24, 2015)
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Demo of multiple Interactive Brokers TWS data using Java API pushed into NOSQL Redis

I just made a quick video demonstrating how to use Interactive Brokers Java Test Client with multiple assets to be pushed into No SQL open source Redis. When all your data is in a Redis server instance, you will be able to use any programming language that it supports to do your trading algorithm processing. I am also hoping to do the same for pushing automatic trade execution as well.

Go here to see those quick demo video with the support Redis languages

As usual, I have included all the source code shown  for my Quant Elite members.

For those that may have missed my anticipated Redis LIVE demo of:

Meetup: Message queue demos with NOSQL Redis C++ Java and Interactive Brokers

Details of this Meetup here 

You can get the video playback in the same membership as mentioned above.

Thanks for reading



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