How Profitable is Algorithmic Trading? Five Key Facts
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
6:00-7:00 PM EST
This webinar will discuss five key factors that drive the profitability of an algorithmic trading strategy. Topics covered will include the origins of these factors, their net impact on algorithm profits, and how they can managed. A high level summary of the presentation can be found on our website: http://ibconnector.com/how-profitable-is-algorithmic-trading/
Completing the customer survey will provide the opportunity to win a free Premium License of our algorithmic trading software, a $500 value. Within 48 hours of filling out the customer survey you will receive an email confirmation of registration with an access code and link.
Note: You must register in order to participate in the webinar.
This Webinar is sponsored by IB Connector – trading automated:
About Us: We are a software company that specialized in algorithmic trading. Our primary product is an algorithmic trading platform designed for rapid implementation at a low cost. The platform provides connectivity between the Interactive Brokers API and the R statistical software. This enables the collection of security prices, executing trades, position monitoring, and capital management in a real-time programming environment.
Highlights of the “Quantitative and Algorithmic Trading Program”
We are starting with a specialized batch at convenient time for participants in USA / Canada / Latin America.
» Manage High Frequency Trading Data
» Learn Advanced Time Series Analysis
» Backtesting Low Latency Quant Strategies
» Option Pricing and Market Making
» Build Automated Trading Systems
» Integrate statistical software with trading systems
NOTE I now post myTRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
Out of all these, it looks like JBookTrader is the most modern and up to date
I just tried importing stuff with JBookTrader. The included Word doc explaining how to set it up with Eclipse reminds me on why I really dislike Java and the whole ecosystem that comes with it. I would rather throw myself onto the highway than go through this horrid torture again. Now I know why people hate it as I don’t have the time to tinker with this set up.