Being one who understands something of economics, the stock market, the arts of war, high cuisine, technology and can dance a pretty mean salsa, it stood to reason that of all people, your humble Lighthouse Keeper should be able to write a decent trading bot.
We have all heard how an ever increasing amount of the day-to-day market activity is dominated by Quants and their bots. With this algorithmic trading, computer programs basically buy and sell securities with lightning speeds, making decisions based on any number of measurable criteria far more quickly than any human could.
Quantconnect was the one I used and it is overall a nice platform, not without its drawbacks. So after teaching myself some crude python… here is what I got.
¹ It may very well have been the case during Wallace’s time, that men “don’t follow Titles, they follow Courage”, but today there are either much less men around, or they started following titles. Oddly enough since the Titles have gotten much less impressive. I can easily ignore what a Dr. Rubin, PsyD says, but I would find it rather more difficult to do likewise to the noble commands of a Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Surrey and Baron Mowbray, Earl Marshal of England and Queen’s Lieutenant in the North, and of course also Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter². I might just listen to him.
² Apparently, now only called “Order of the Garter”. I would suspect leftists at work.
Came across this site from your youtube video. Congrats on making the top 1%.
I’ve just started to learn about algos and bot trading. There seems to be multiple ways(platforms) to do the code. Is one platform/programming language better than the other or would the outcome be the same for the same trading strategy?
Can you provide any tips on where to start with coding and testing the bot?
Appreciate any feedback.
impressive Performance but why is your Net Profit negative ?