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WEBINAR Debugging your log for algo trading patterns with crypto currency asset class

I have reversed yesterdays topics. This event on Tuesday is becoming more crucial in my recent success in the down market of the crypto currency asset class

I have an important event for my Quant Elite members on Tues regarding debugging you trading strategy with logs, I thought I would make a last offer for those interested in this event. I don’t think I will even record as it is meant for ANNUAL FULL ELITE members. If you are interested in knowing further about this, get in touch with me right away to be included on the details of this. It takes place this Tues Sep 11 6pm Eastern Standard time 

I just posted this yesterday.

I have put together a 20 minute video describing the wild losses of yesterday my system picked up. It was apparently one of the worst days for the crypto currency asset class in about a year. As a result, I made some huge improvements which looks like I may have resolved. I even offer some debugging tips to help out here. As a result of this, you may want to check out this video here.

As said, if you are interested in this event for Tuesday, get in touch right away to make your arrangements to be part of this. This is a topic that not many talk about but as a programmer, this point of view gives you a unique perspective in trading for big profit!

Thanks Bryan

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Debugging your log for algo trading patterns

Debugging your log for algo trading patterns

This is a private member webinar event

This help those ELITE members with this talent. Helpful here
https://quantlabs.net/blog/2018/08/demo-of-live-crypto-currency-positions-profit-and-loss-algo-trading/

 

Join here
https://quantlabs.net/academy/introduction-quant-elite-membership/membership/

Tuesday, September 11 at 6 PM – 9 PM EDT

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Thoughts on Debugging from algos from a popular forex trading platform

I am also currently deep in the weeds trying to debug a transformed algorithm routine from a very popular forex trading platform. I want this to run in Python which is for my 100% vision of using one programming language for my entire infrastructure. Another one is planned next week. Both are similar to the Head and Shoulders but more specific for Flag/Pennants and Wedges. Both indicators will be very useful to help filter out bad potential trades but more will be revealed as it gets closer to completion.

More notes on my thoughts of debugging these indicators. I find this the best way to understand trading algorithms that you may use for systematic or automation. If you want to learn, get a decent debugger but I am quite surprised I have recently started using this Microsoft Visual Code for debugging. This can be the most challenging part of the whole process in automating your trades.

More from this link:

Visual Studio Code advantages

Both IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) are free but PyCharm has bugs with no simple help. Just go with the Microsoft Visual Code Studio just for the Intellisense or debugging capabilities. I still prefer my Sublime and running the Python interpreter for quicker development.

Both IDEs will run on all operating systems including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS

This was sent out last Friday:

I am doing yet another demo of my new automated head and shoulders indicator. I competed this a few days ago which really pinpoint market entry and exits for cryptocurrency trading opportunities. After my last Python script I highlighted for download, this one works with Bitcoin crypto market data, I have leveraged that power for this new indicator. Do realize that this can be used for any asset class and timeframe. I will demonstrate this on Wed May 23 at 7PM Eastern Standard Time.

 

Automated Head and Shoulders Indicator Details to follow

Note that I will be live streaming on my Youtube channels at youtube.com/quantlabs

I also plan to keep this video playback for my members only for 24 hours after the live stream is complete. As usual, I don’t need the world to know about this.

More details on this automated indicator here.

More corrections on this indicators which was revealed from the video:

As the more experienced folks in my private Telegram group, someone hinted to develop the inverted automated head and shoulders for market reversals. This is even for a longing strategy like the one I plan to implement. Do note my further corrections in the link above. 

I am also currently deep in the weeds trying to debug a transformed algorithm routine from a very popular forex trading platform. I want this to run in Python which is for my 100% vision of using one programming language for my entire infrastructure. Another one is planned next week. Both are similar to the Head and Shoulders but more specific for Flag/Pennants and Wedges. Both indicators will be very useful to help filter out bad potential trades but more will be revealed as it gets closer to completion.

Did I also mention about the detailed Java based components I need to use to work with Dukascopy API and JForex for both forex and CFD instruments? That is another big step for weeks coming own the line.

There you go, quite bit on the go.

Bryan

P.S. Don’t forget about this Tuesday if you are in Downtown Toronto. More details here if interested:

https://www.meetup.com/quant-finance/events/250588027/

or

https://www.meetup.com/TOForexTraders/events/250588184/

We are coming to the last set of people we can accommodate.

 

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Difference between debugging Python in FREE Microsoft Visual Code Studio versus Pycharm

Difference between debugging Python in FREE Microsoft Visual Code Studio versus Pycharm

Visual Studio Code advantages

Both IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) are free but PyCharm has bugs with no simple help. Just go with the Microsoft Visual Code Studio just for the Intellisense or debugging capabilities. I still prefer my Sublime and running the Python interpreter for quicker development.

Both IDEs will run on all operating systems including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS

 

Algo trading with forex and crypto currency using Python

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Debugging session videos of trading charting now posted

Debugging session videos of trading charting now posted

I have posted these for my Quant Elite members only. This will be closest you will get to the source code of these powerful apps (both Infragistics Equity Trader and Finance Dashboard) as I am moving on to give a strong hint insider scoop how to add your market data add connections via a message queue or database. I am choosing a Postgres database initially to get these apps running and talking to each other.

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Awesome! Linux Training Course: Linux Kernel Internals & Debugging

he Code: Story of Linux 1 hour  documentary

Interesting movie on the history of Linux

 

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/the-code-story-of-linux-1-hour-documentary/

Cool! Linux Training Course: Linux Kernel Internals & Debugging

This is a rare thing to do where you can embed C code hooks right into the operating system

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/cool-linux-training-course-linux-kernel-internals-debugging/

2015 will be the year of the algorithm: 226 reasons that will make you a better quant or indie automate trader

I have an Excel spreadsheet with the type of TRADING algorithms or other development types I have for you to learn about.

 

TOTALS
basic algo 6
backtesting 1
algo 5
arbitage 4
misc 1
execution 5
risk 2
portfolio 4
volatility 5
Matlab 83
technical analysis 3
benchmark 2
r 62
software development 43
226

All these algos and othe activities are part of this.

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/2015-will-be-the-year-of-the-algorithm-226-reasons-that-will-make-you-a-better-quant-or-indie-automate-trader/

Bryan

P.S. It is HALF OFF RIGHT now.

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Cool! Linux Training Course: Linux Kernel Internals & Debugging

Cool! Linux Training Course: Linux Kernel Internals & Debugging

This is a rare thing to do where you can embed C code hooks right into the operating system

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Debugging can help you reverse enginer research paper algos from scratch: Demo video in Matlab and C++ with Brownian Motion Simulation

Debugging can help you reverse enginer research paper algos from scratch: Demo video in Matlab and C++ with Brownian Motion Simulation

Get the code versions here:

http://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/m_src/brownian_motion_simulation/brownian_motion_simulation.html

http://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/cpp_src/brownian_motion_simulation/brownian_motion_simulation.html

This is really benefitial when you are starting to learn a trading algorithm from scratch

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Matlab demo

Note: I tried to use the C++ version but I don’t got time to monkey around with this within Visual Studio. I just hope this one video gives you the idea you need to know.

 

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What do the experts say about R debugging capabilities vs highly productive Matlab

What do the experts say about R debugging capabilities vs highly productive Matlab

 

These were the instant responses I got on my Twitter stating R has no debugger:

  1. @revodavid@quantlabs Also ESS has a debugger. And the interactive debugging functionality in R is getting substantially better.

  2. Revolution R Enterprise has a debugger for R http://bit.ly/14o5wNO  RT @quantlabs: #Rstats has no #debugger

First off, thanks to all who responded

I have no intention of buying any commercial products for R as this is why I use Matlab with the other advantages I mention. As for a command line debugger, haha you are funny. Get with the times. Interactive debuggers in tools like Eclipse, Visual Studio and even Matlab are standard de facto. That is what makes me productive and pretty well learn new stuff.

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Demo video of how to configure and launch debugging session of Matlab Simulink Model and Stateflow chart

Demo video of how to configure and launch debugging session of Matlab Simulink Model and Stateflow chart

I just created a 20 minute video of this for QuantLabs.net Premium Members. I literally did this on the fly which shows how intuitive it is.

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