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Algorithmic Trading System Development

Quantitative Development

Often a Quantitative Researcher will develop trading models in Python or R. These models are then passed off to Quantitative Developers, who implement them in trading systems with Java or C++. Usually, a Quantitative Trader will then execute trades with the help of these systems. I have had the opportunity to work with the Interactive Brokers Java API for…

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Roman Paolucci

Roman Paolucci

Quantitative Finance, Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science

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