Do you remember data mining? Is that still a hot tech topic from a few years ago? Or are we more focused on big data, genetic algorithms, machine learning, then deep learning? You follow my trendy drift? Well, we may have forgotten about data mining but somebody online hasn’t. They wrote a Top 10 article on the types of algorithms you could implement for this use case. Some of them have demos of trading usage within Matlab’s documentation.
As I am halfway through my pair trading/arbitrage phase for equities, this is the only time I’ll be teaching this exact strategy live. Not only that, but I will be removing all source code and references to the videos from this section. People ask me why I do this but it is to provide exclusively and trading edge for all my current Quant Elite members.
If you’re interested, you better jump on this now before it’s too late where the content will be permanently removed. Not only that, if you join now you’ll be able to optimize your learning as we move into the next step coming this Tuesday night.
DOTNET FSharp to crack top 10 programming languages
Microsoft’s programming language F# is about to sneak into the top 10. It is not clear why F# is gaining popularity. Possible reasons might be the F# web-programming framework WebSharper and the promotional work of the F# Software Foundation as Tomas Petricek (author of “F# Deep Dives”) stated in an interview about 2 weeks ago. Another interesting move this month: CoffeeScript enters the top 100 for the first time.
Where’s GO? Where’s Julia? Nowhere to be seen so why waste your time?