Deep Learning Promise to Bring Algo Trading For the Rest of Us

(Last Updated On: October 12, 2017)
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Deep Learning Promise to Bring Algo Trading For the Rest of Us


This was from someonne in my Facebook group:

From the same source you may like to look at:


Ep. 26: Deep Learning Promises to Bring Algorithmic Investing Smarts to the Rest of Us


When it comes to groundbreaking innovations in trading, there seems to be at work a distinct cycle of 10 years.

Trend following, statistical arbitrage, high frequency trading – they have all gone through the same cycle.

My view is that there is no simplified way of doing AI/deep learning/machine learning for algo trading. Also, the second link mentions how HFT is going out of date to be replaced by deep learning. How is that possible since deep learning must have a combo of different neural nets and industry contributions. The financial industry is more secretive and then open to share their research. The second link is definitely worth reading.



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