Data Science NYC: Machine Learning in High Frequency Trading

(Last Updated On: July 16, 2016)

Data Science NYC: Machine Learning in High Frequency Trading

This is a Meetup with the presenter working at Tower Research Capital HFT firm

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Machine Learning in High Frequency Trading

Thursday, Aug 25, 2016, 6:30 PM

qplum
185 Hudson St, Suite 1620 Jersey City, NJ

75 Quant Traders Went

Gaurav ChakravortyAbstract:I’ll talk about how a bunch of us brought about disruption in two huge and well protected business lines using machine learning + systems + APIs.What is the real business of HFT today and how did it start? Where does ML really help in HFT, and I’ll work through an example of how people in quant-trading improved upon the…

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