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Here are some questions regarding my services and courses: (here are some tips on where to setup a remote cloud traing server)

Here is the links (for now):

Access the DVD and Private Chat server

dvd

Here is the Python infrastructure course talked about (this link will also change in the in near term)

Python Algo Trading Infrastructure with Crypto Currency

Here are some questions regarding my services and courses: (here are some tips on where to setup a remote cloud traing server)

Here is the links (for now):

Access the DVD and Private Chat server

dvd

Here is the Python infrastructure course talked about (this link will also change in the in near term)

Python Algo Trading Infrastructure with Crypto Currency

Get some free tech trading book https://quantlabs.net/

Talk to me about your trading https://quantlabs.net/questions/

Get lifetime access to our private chart server? https://quantlabs.net/dvd/

Hi Bryan,

Ok, I have done enough solo work… I’m ready to jump in the Quant Lab team!

Last fall summer didn’t quite exactly answer the question that I have.

The Python scripts that you do show in the video,

ccxt_market_data2.py

reportTA.py

I am interested in learning in the indicators that you do use:

The Fibonacci levels

Bollinger bands

The green Trend line that you draw in the *Trend.png

So do you confirm that in the “DVD” product, you will teach those topics (and perhaps also maybe share those 2 scripts)?

Beside the purchase of the DVD, what else do I need to purchase to be granted access to the signal service?

And why 2 distinct sets of signals? Binance ones arent good on Kraken and vice-versa??

BTW, after having viewed your video yesterday, I did create a ArchLinux VM with Vultr in the LAX region.

It did reduce my latency with Kraken from 140ms RTT with my Montreal server to something between 20-30ms RTT!

Lately, I was getting front-runned systematically on most of my triangular arbitrage trades, that was not fun…

I feel like now it is going much more profitable…

My setup is up and running but it hasn’t been triggered yet…(This strategy gets triggered in burst. It can be very quiet and start trading like crazy for short periods)

I’m very eager to see it in action! I did refine my system since last email exchange… I was struggling to reach $xx monthly trade volume. I got that milestone in the first few days of 2021 and I am about break the $xxx level… However, there is more volume than profit… (Not good)…

I need help from a team of liked minded individuals… I’m ready to join your team

Bottomline, I benefitted big time of that video. Thanks a lot! (I didn’t know about Vultr and they are much better than AWS…)

And, this is to be considered… I have way too much power on the VM. I took the 3 CPU High frequency setup. This thing is a beast. In fact, you don’t have 3 CPUs, you get 6 with the Hypethread thing… Despite processing millions of updates, I do use less than 10% CPU out of 600%!

If you have a hard time finding the right environment… Setting you an account on my VM could maybe be an option…

Hi Bryan,

Ok, I have done enough solo work… I’m ready to jump in the Quant Lab team!

Last fall summer didn’t quite exactly answer the question that I have.

The Python scripts that you do show in the video,

ccxt_market_data2.py

reportTA.py

I am interested in learning in the indicators that you do use:

The Fibonacci levels

Bollinger bands

The green Trend line that you draw in the *Trend.png

So do you confirm that in the “DVD” product, you will teach those topics (and perhaps also maybe share those 2 scripts)?

Beside the purchase of the DVD, what else do I need to purchase to be granted access to the signal service?

And why 2 distinct sets of signals? Binance ones arent good on Kraken and vice-versa??

BTW, after having viewed your video yesterday, I did create a ArchLinux VM with Vultr in the LAX region.

It did reduce my latency with Kraken from 140ms RTT with my Montreal server to something between 20-30ms RTT!

Lately, I was getting front-runned systematically on most of my triangular arbitrage trades, that was not fun…

I feel like now it is going much more profitable…

My setup is up and running but it hasn’t been triggered yet…(This strategy gets triggered in burst. It can be very quiet and start trading like crazy for short periods)

I’m very eager to see it in action! I did refine my system since last email exchange… I was struggling to reach $xx monthly trade volume. I got that milestone in the first few days of 2021 and I am about break the $xxx level… However, there is more volume than profit… (Not good)…

I need help from a team of liked minded individuals… I’m ready to join your team

Bottomline, I benefitted big time of that video. Thanks a lot! (I didn’t know about Vultr and they are much better than AWS…)

And, this is to be considered… I have way too much power on the VM. I took the 3 CPU High frequency setup. This thing is a beast. In fact, you don’t have 3 CPUs, you get 6 with the Hypethread thing… Despite processing millions of updates, I do use less than 10% CPU out of 600%!

If you have a hard time finding the right environment… Setting you an account on my VM could maybe be an option…

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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Hi i there My name is Bryan Downing. I am part of a company called QuantLabs.Net This is specifically a company with a high profile blog about technology, trading, financial, investment, quant, etc. It posts things on how to do job interviews with large companies like Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg, Citibank, and IBM. It also posts different unique tips and tricks on Java, C++, or C programming. It posts about different techniques in learning about Matlab and building models or strategies. There is a lot here if you are into venturing into the financial world like quant or technical analysis. It also discusses the future generation of trading and programming Specialties: C++, Java, C#, Matlab, quant, models, strategies, technical analysis, linux, windows P.S. I have been known to be the worst typist. Do not be offended by it as I like to bang stuff out and put priorty of what I do over typing. Maybe one day I can get a full time copy editor to help out. Do note I prefer videos as they are much easier to produce so check out my many video at youtube.com/quantlabs