Meet DIY Quants like Dr Ernie Chan

(Last Updated On: March 18, 2016)
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 Meet the DIY Quant like Dr Ernie Chan

I came across this article on Bloomberg which talked about do it yourself Quants. This interesting article started out talking about a software developer in New Mexico who turned out to be Dr. Ernie Chan’s partner. If you want to read about this SUCCESSFUL Quant hedge fund started by these two please read this article here

Why Python? Introductory Programming and Environment Mar 22

Coming up on Tuesday will be our second topic discussed about Python. This is part of my “Indie Algo Trading Business with Python” course series. This will be my only topic I will cover in terms of Python packages, installation, and configure your development environment. If you want to learn more about this course or this topic, please go here to learn more.


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