New features of MATLAB 2016b for an algo trader

(Last Updated On: September 16, 2016)
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New features of MATLAB 2016b for trader

In this video below, I offer my opinion on new features that may be useful for algorithm for systematic traders with the new MATLAB 2016 B. As you know, I have worked with all the major prototyping research languages out there including Python and R. Again in this video I offered my comparison of where I would use each one having its own unique advantages.

Check out this video here
Just so everybody knows, I am going through a major product and service reset over the next few weeks. I will be able to determine what products and services will continue well into next year. Some will most likely be dropped in coming months  including all my Microsoft Windows and .Net related programming items which is part of my Quant Elite Membership. 
So if you’re interested in any of that, I would strongly recommend you to check it all out by joining or asking questions. All these programming demos are definitely on a timeline as of today.

If you are interested in this, get more details of this membership here.



NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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