Just a reminder that the new Quant Analytics service is now fully underway with daily video trading calls based on my human workflow. The new benefit starting this Monday will be the private event on May 22 at 8PM EDT.
Now the FREE Statistical books you need to learn as suggested by someone who makes $120/hr as a quant researcher
From James H so thanks to him
>>Here is the starter book which I mentioned:
>>And here is another version of it, which is more advanced. I use the
> first one plenty in my consulting work:
Black Box: The Alchemy of Finance new book from Paul Cottrell – See more
Our NYC Contact has said this could be an issue with Bayesian Analysis but as always, I want to hear your feedback:
Is regime change a big problems for those who want to use Bayesian analysis for quant trading and research? – See more
This is an exciting piece of news about FIX8. There will be a Visual Studio NuGet version for easy FIX8 project builds so I am hoping we can implement a use for it. I want this to be a success instead of the legacy QuickFIX!
QuickFIX vs Fix8 after 2.5 webinar | Technical forum | Forum – See more
Lastly, all these results will get posted in my membership for all to see. This includes all private results I am finding with the popular model forecasting types I am seeing. This also includes code generated C++ from Matlab that can be deployed into an environment like our ‘custom trading platform.’ Check it out here.
Also, this going to be the most exciting phase I have entered yet with a complete end to end quant trading solution with real working strategies. Did I say this includes the many hours of video source walkthoughs with yes, source code:
Important survey on time of future webinars for quants traders, technologist, researcher, etc
I have posted a very important survey here to find out which day of the week and time works best for those who want webinars and online meetups. This is primarily for QuantLabs.net Premium members but we shall include some public ones for our general visitors. It is crucial that you include your input to figure this out. Obviously the most popular time and day will be used for all webinars. I hope this is fair for all.