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Different algo types for automated trading

 

IMPORTANT checklist for money management for algo trading

As we know, my live FOREX trade account will be (AGAST) opened with Dukascopy soon. There is one last but highly critical step. That is to do a final checklist to see if I have implemented all necessary steps for a successful algo trading operation. I will spend most my on money management.  The forecasting tests seems pretty solid over the last few months. I do know myQuant Analytics members seems to think so as well.

Here are the list of my videos as a check list before live trading http://quantlabs.net/blog/2017/07/important-component-for-anything-money-market-algo-trading/
I posted an article last week on the number of algos and different types. It seems people like this type of topic but I find it is imperative one needs to  understood that this article does not represent ALL ALGO types so don’t get caught up that these are the only ones.

Here is that article but do let me know what you think of it

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2017/07/different-algos-for-trading/

 

Don’t forget about my new Shopify store account. This was opened as a gateway to introduce my online courses which can be found here:

 

https://quantlabs.net/analytics/

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A lot of people ask me about how they can learn about algo trading for their own custom proprietary platform. I decided to include a video on my technical analysis video you can view here.
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4 HFT order types we need to know!

4 HFT order types you need to know!

Another great article from QuantInsti with an infograph

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Next week’s Meetups include:

Jun din din Meetup

(This MONDAY)

 

Let’s do our usual June din din at our local haunt where veggie burgers taste like quicksand. Oh boy, Can’t you wait?

 

http://www.meetup.com/quant-finance/events/231864897/

http://www.meetup.com/R-Matlab-Users/events/231864870/

 

 

Module 7 Position Management

(THIS TUESDAY)

 

NOTE: I will be removing this content come week of Jul 12. All demos and source will permanently vanish. Also, this exact topic will most likely be covered once as I have way too many other items to present over the next few months!

Module 7 Position Management

Help simplify this complicated process

Part of Phase 1 Arbitrage Pair Trading with Equities from my “Indie Python Algo Trading Course Series”

Required to be a Quant Elite member to attend.

Go here for details on this course series with pricing options listed here:
https://quantlabs.net/blog/python-algo-course-series-for-your-indie-automated-trading-business/

Please take advantage of joining as soon as possible to jumpstart your knowledge before this LIVE event! This will be presented only once

http://www.meetup.com/R-Matlab-Users/events/229651687/

http://www.meetup.com/quant-finance/events/229651682/

Thanks!

 

 

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4 HFT order types you need to know

4 HFT order types you need to know

Another great article from QuantInsti with an infograph

4 High Frequency Trading (HFT) Order Types You Need To Know

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Types of Variables in Statistics for Quant Analysis?

Types of Variables in Statistics for Quant Analysis?

Pls tell about Types of Variables in Statistics? Also, explain each of them with example. thanks

Interesting question. From what perspective are you asking? e.g. Continuous vs discrete, independant vs dependant?

 

This question makes me think of nominal, ordinal, interval & ratio. The level of measurement typically dictates what statistics can or cannot be applied.

 

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I need to use continuous functions in my work.

 

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guys, please explain each type of variable stated. thanks

 

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The most basic variable without which there is no statistics is a Random Variable: It is defined as Borel measurable function.

 

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I am afraid Borel measurable function may not help to find out a difference between such statistical variables as “gender”, “country rank” and “annual income” 🙂 The other approach is a classical one so I totally support it.

Sorry for making light of your question. But as you see, your question is really loaded with a lot of nuances. It’s an important fundamental question that needs to be asked and a really good one.

I’m a student of this discipline understand, so I’m hoping for feedback also.
But along the lines of what’s been said so far, when sampling data ideally were hoping for iid, independent and random variables. That is, each data point samples is not somehow dependent on the results of another sampled data point. There are more advance techniques available that deal with deviations from this condition. The data analysis and what your hoping to determine, such as association, homogeneity or the mean will also inpact on how you want to classify your data. That’s where continuous, , nominal, oridinal, interval, binomial,etc.play an important role.

 

 

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