Truthful programming language comic

(Last Updated On: February 13, 2016)


True programming language comic

Someone sent me an interesting but funny comic regarding programming languages. This is pretty well true for what is listed but there’s some missing languages like R or Matlab. If you continue reading, I will be highlighting this exact topic in my upcoming algorithm training course series I’m starting soon in a month roughly.


Go here to see the comic


As I hinted above, my upcoming training course series will include a section on choosing the right programming language. You can obviously tell I’ll be mostly focusing on Python which is quite easy to use and of course is open-source.


My next step will include itemizing all the different sections I want to present. If you’ve not seen my introductory video yet, I would highly encourage you to see it by going here.

Kelly Criterion for basic risk management and self adapting money management

Lastly, I made an entire 20-minute video trying to explain the current status of VIX with our highly volatile trading environment. This will showcase some of the powerful features you can get from automated trading but remember this is just one sample of many to come.


Check out this video here


In this video, you will in fact find that RSI can be used to to measure a highly volatile environment which is kind of cool actually. I hope to offer many of these types of observations to all my Quant Elite members. It is just one of the many benefits that are currently included and also will be part of the future as well.


Thanks for reading,



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