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Help classifiy what kind of stock market sectors for cyclical vs defensive for forecasting purposes

Help classifiy what kind of stock  market sectors for cyclical vs defensive for forecasting purposes This would really hellp by commenting. Download the spreadsheet here sector with cycilical vs defesnive Join my FREE newsletter to learn if this helps out NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don’t …

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Our Analtyics Trading System Presents Automated demo report for Statistical purposes of any stock market asset

Our Analtyics Trading System Presents Automated demo report for Statistical purposes of any stock market asset Simple report for our analytical trading system for those statistical junkies who need this info to measure against any asset More videos are posted here Join my FREE newsletter to learn more about what other reports our trading system …

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Boo ya! Learn about Exploratory Data Analysis Big Data for quant trading purposes with R and Hadoop

Can you really get $400K in Silicon Valley with these skills? Boo ya….learn about Exploratory Data Analysis Big Data for quant trading purposes with R and Hadoop – See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/03/boo-ya-learn-about-exploratory-data-analysis-big-data-for-quant-trading-purposes-with-r-and-hadoop/#sthash.fgp0uZJc.dpuf I want to hear feedback on this program. What are your ideas? Would you pay $3k for it? Remember this a one time …

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Does anyone find Continuous Futures Contracts for Backtesting Purposes in Python useful?

Does anyone find Continuous Futures Contracts for Backtesting Purposes in Python useful? Let me know what you think: http://www.quantstart.com/articles/Continuous-Futures-Contracts-for-Backtesting-Purposes Thanks to the NYC contact for submitting this. Find out how we plan to implement SOMETHING like this NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don’t worry as I …

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An amazing presentation with Quant Member testimonial on Deltix for trading and backtesting purposes

An amazing presentation with Quant Member testimonial on Deltix for trading and backtesting purposes Here is one members’s view of this great trading platfor presented to our Meetup groups: It was really a great meeting with Ilya from Deltix. Really appreciate you organized it for us. Could risk to say it was better than Matlab …

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Someone’s opinion on Matlab Coder Toolbox code generation process to C++ for custom HFT purposes. Is Simulink better?

Someone’s opinion on Matlab Coder Toolbox code generation process to C++ for custom HFT purposes. Is Simulink better? Throug Linked In, I got this response from a earlier posting today: You Wrote: NOTE: I am looking into using C++ directly without this potential code generation process. It may be faster in an odd and unoriginal …

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White Paper: Parallelising QuantLib using Map-Reduce for HFT and quant development purposes

White Paper: Parallelising QuantLib using Map-Reduce for HFT and quant development purposes Although Map Reduce technologies are normally associated with “big data” they can also be used to simply but effectively parallelise QuantLib so that it runs on grid or cloud infrastructures. Attached is a link to a short white paper which describes more the …

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