I just made a very detailed 44 minute video to showcase the importance of using Python and C++ with messaging through a queue managed by Redis NOSQL. In this video, I describe how multi-threading, multiple algorithms, and other functionality work together when you put on trading positions. This video details how to handle all trading logic needed between your market entry and market exits. I will be also adding new videos in the future to finish how this position manager will work.
If that’s not enough for complications in your life, you should be checking out my make up classes for all my options and futures trading strategy that I started back in the fall of 2016. This will cover about six topics in detail which i will be only covering once.
I have selected Saturday, January 21 at 9 EDT. . This is the same time as New York City.
I would also like to mention I am thinking of doing a variety of ‘make up classes’ to make up for the missed tutorials in my Future/Options strategy. This includes critical topics of: Optimal Hedging Options on futures Options examples continue Additional Options concepts with comparison to Futures Option pricing more examples Call put parity Options trades
Coding samples will be offered in a combination of Python and C++.
I will need to do this on a Saturday only so I am trying to find out if those want it on Jan 14 or Jan 21. This will need to start early 9AM EDT. Let me know what works for you.
P.S. If you are interested in this mini workshop, I would strongly recommend to jump on this AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to properly prepare for these topics if you are unfamiliar with them.
P.P.S. Looks like it will be for Sat Jan 21 at 9PM EDT! Details coming soon.
Demo of Python C++ message queue with market entry exit algos
I cover the entire flow of a ‘simpler’ demo of the crust of this queue for managing open positions to close/exit out of market. I demo with a single stock but remember this work doubles up for both a long vs short. Multi threading will be key here which is mentioned towards the end.
Happy holidays from me myself and I. This year has been probably one the best years since I launched this website called Quantlabs.net. After messing around on various trading strategies and ideas, involved with the math, learning Python, and most of all dropping Microsoft Windows. I can say 2017 is hopefully going to be the year that it all gets turned around. What I have planned really excites me but I will be keeping it to my chest as close as possible.
For instance, I just posted a somewhat exciting technical stack for handling my high-speed set of positions with eventual auto stop loss and soft targeting for fun. It does sound complicated but the database that I chose was purely by accident. This involves SQLite which may be the surprise of all databases. Just watch my video below to see what I mean.
I have talked about removing my “Python Infrastructure Building Block” course from my Quant Elite membership. Over the next few days, that will become a reality. This is no difference then the removal of my Interactive Brokers API workshop course last week. I hate being a Scrooge like this but it’s to prepare for the next level of my business for next year. I’m sure you get that if you continue reading over the next few weeks on my plans. I’m actually pretty excited about it after six years of so-called “research “.
Price action: How to use Excel and DotNet CSharp for automated trading exit and entry into the forex or stock markets
Price action include a lot of technical analysis trading indicators from Excel events triggering DotNet a CSharp process
This includes a lot of technical analysis trading indicators from Excel events triggering DotNet a CSharp process
Hooray, you trigger Excel event to be to processed in Dot CSharp
Easy peasy once again. This shall be useful for my price action when certain events are raised on market assets I watch from my Excel trading idea watchlist. This price action include a lot of technical analysis trading indicators. In other words, this can be used to trigger timing of when to enter and exit out of the market. Don’t forget I have trading components of automated trading order management here.