The first C++ project that I have looked at is gnuplot which is open-source meaning free. I have looked at various videos online to see the capabilities of this library. Personally, I’m quite impressed considering it is open source. I have also verified that I got it working on my own Ubuntu Linux environment so check out the videos here.
I’m currently prepping a 30 minute video tutorial on how to use this crucial portfolio optimization tool I found from Matlab. I have also included a script that will automatically down load any chosen Yahoo finance symbol with the proper sizing for an Excel spreadsheet. I will be releasing this package with all source code and the video Tutorial over the next day. I will post as a very limited time as a flash sale. This is already available for my Quant Elite members. You can also get a preview of this new script which will get you instant portfolio asset weightings you should use to get optimal returns with expect drawdowns and volatility. Check this impressive package video out here.
Live demo event: Parallelize your R analysis big data and use FREE open source NOSQL as a potential market database cluster
People have asked for things including how to create a ticker factory, store market data, and how to quickly parallelize the data for analytical processing. I will show a complete open source NOSQL database that can be used for panellizing processes and a data repository. This includes failover, clustering, and redundancy as well. This is based on a master and multi slave relationship which will be demoed. This is a very easily implemented solution to use as well as little moving parts to enable simple maintenance compared to other popular big data NOSQL solutions. The client will be demoed within a R script. This NOSQL solution is so impressive even Microsoft has an implementation of it in its new Open Tech community.