Arbitrage Pair Trading Python source code and video demos to be removed by Jul 12

(Last Updated On: June 6, 2016)
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Arbitrage Pair Trading Python source code and video demos to be removed by Jul 12

This is a crucial alert!!

CRUCIAL PS. I am putting a hard set date together of July 12 for removing all source code demos and references to my Phase 1 equity trading/arbitrage. I am currently teaching this up until July 5. For Tuesday night, I will be hosting my technical analysis step. As said, this is a one-time deal only and will be only available to my current and new Quant Elite members.

Details of my algo trading in Python series here (remember that the Phase 1 Arbitrage will be removed permanantly after Jul 12)

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