You know when things go wrong when high frequency trading goes to the movies. This once smart author Michael Lewis clearly shows his true self, big $$$
Is this true? The High Frequency Trading aka HFT Lawsuit That Has Wall Street Running Scared – See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/06/is-this-true-the-high-frequency-trading-aka-hft-lawsuit-that-has-wall-street-running-scared/#sthash.rp3QduX9.dpuf
Now there is a lawsuit of some kind. Wah wah.
It does not affect the individual trader at all I don’t think.
As for me, I have posted numerous math concepts for my members. These of course include:
and Dependent probablity
There are many many more basic math concepts to make you really good at forecasting the markets.
If interested, you can always join my learning process via Khan Academy here:
Here are some videos you should watch if you think trading has no potential to the rich & famous:
Why people are Broke? The New American Dream . How traders work like poker players to build lucrative wealth
The takeaway to this video is how one top hedge fund managers can earn more money then an entire top grossing film. SAD for Hollywood. Note this video is old but the potential is definitely still there.
Here is a sample how to get there:
VERY Helpful options trading links with coding techniques including IQFeed and Options chains with .NET and C#
Hi – I’m an architect with an investment bank at wall street. I want to start on quants and I want to sign up. Before that I sign up want to know more about your membership. Can anyone with basic knowledge work with the material in the site?
I am unsure of your background. This stuff is not a trading system out of a box. If you have decent software development skills, you should be able to understand this stuff. I am unsure of your tool preferences if you don’t mind .NET, Matlab, and R, then these are tools I use. Do you have a decent math ground? This is quant as it ain’t easy no matter who you talk to or get sold by. Let me know more about your background and I can be more precise.