Algorithm trading in less than 100 lines of Python code

(Last Updated On: February 7, 2017)

Algo trading in less than 100 lines of Python code


My Facebook friend known as Super Nuno sent me an interesting link. The title was to the effect of:

How you can set up an algo system in less than 100 lines of Python source code.

Would that not be amazing? I have also heard how artificial intelligence is now developing smart trading software. From my point of view, it still comes down to black box technology which I ultimately do not trust. Even if I did, it would be no different than all the other trading clones using the same software generated by this technology. Where do you get your trading edge? See my point?

Either way, if you are a newbie a programming, you may still want to check this out here

What is the latest status of learning Python R for algo trading

Somebody who has been on my newsletter list has come back to ask about this new transition from going from Quant Elite membership to my new Analytics service.

I made a video response here

I said in the video that I’m building out the new analytic service as we speak. I am hoping to move ahead with the new analytics service much sooner than later.

Here is what I mean

As said, my Quant Elite will be closing and I’m already seeing much content being stripped away as I move everybody into the new analytics service.

Thanks

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