I will be removing our stellar real time crypto currency trading signals by the end of tonight. I remind you that I am in Eastern Standard Time which is the same time as New York City. The link listed below will be at that point! If you are interested in this service, please click this as this will be your last chance.
P.S. In the next few days, I will be introducing a much more affordable signal service based on a slower moving crypto currency strategy. It will not be as precise as the one being offered above. I will also expanding this functionality into the world of forex and CFD with Oanda market data.
My opinion on trading with AI machine learning and cryptocurrency like Bitcoin
Someone on my Telegram group asked this
Can’t see the need for AI in trading myself, all the necessary information is in the charts. It’s all hype as far as I’m concerned or people who don’t know what they are doing. But that’s just my perspective and I appreciate it may be a controversial one.
Round 2: Forex retail traders meets the programming algo trading world
For those that visited our debut meetup up event at Jack Astors a few weeks, I am holding up my promise to continue this monthly. People seem to like the format so we shall continue. I have set up the next event for Monday May 8 at 7PM.
Details continue from the last Meetup:
This is an interesting combo where one group which has many retail Forex traders who might be looking for new trading idea or how to use technology to help them. I have 2 other groups which are combined for trading ideas with technologists using various techniques. Don’t you think it might be wise to bring both worlds together?
I will be continuing my weekly virtual online events for my trading results for my private group. You will be able to get complete details listed here.
I will not be able to list these virtual events on Meetup.com as I don’t want to break any of their rules. Just note that these virtual events will be listed here on my site at:
I am working on SQLite with C++. I just did it with Python but both programming languages were easy to implement with SQLite. I have out my positions management through callback capabilities from the SQLite APIs done. You still get the benefits of SQL with in memory capabilities. The big drawback is you cannot cluster this over multiple systems but I am sure someone already developed a solution for that.
These techniques have greatly improved my time by reducing the complexity of communication. I hope to demonstrate a complete solution of a C++ process ‘program’ that can manage multiple open positions (market entry) with some basic ‘algo’ to close them. Once the market data conditions are satisfied, an a market exit will take place. All of these are executed through C++ and SQLite callback. More to come in coming days
Redis is fine but the C++ support for a working library on Mac OS sucks big time
In terms of speed, it might be possible SQLite could outperform since Redis depends on TCPIP. SQLite can be embedded right into the program
Maybe this Python package open source pytqtgraph could be useful for high speed charting for trading system?
This is read only. I am having problems finding something decent for open source trading for high speed trading. I also am getting tired of maintaining a Windows system with antivirus (a necessity in itself) that hampers the performance of this system.
Here are some videos to showcase the speed of this library in real time . Maybe worth looking at?
NOTE: There seem to be other packages including VISPY and PyOpenGL
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Many more interesting topics coming via email so keep your eyes peeled!
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