TRUE SECRETS interview of HFT

(Last Updated On: March 12, 2016)
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To be honest, this is one of the most fascinating articles I have ever read on this topic in the last number of years. This offers true insight so I thank a big Brit in Texas for this!

You should read this now by going here

Finally, we are now coming up to three days before I hit my first LIVE lesson with my “Algo Trading Business with Python” course series. This starts the eve of March 15 this Tuesday. I really want you to jumpstart your learning from the ground up in all the topics that you want so that you could start your own algo go trading business just like Dr. Ernie Chan.


I have almost finished posting all the content for my first phase of my pair trading strategy as well. These are the weekly lessons I’ll be starting in the second week of May:

  1. Europe government data
  2. American government data
  3. Hot market scanning
  4. Pick long and short
  5. Screening the watchlist
  6. Technical analysis
  7. Statistics
  8. Position management
  9. Risk with beta and implied volatility
  10. Kelly Criterion


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