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The quickstart guide to financial coding with Python

Defining fintech, installing Python 3 and relevant packages, and pulling and charting live stock market data

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Fintech, or financial technology, is all the rage, and its prevalence is growing exponentially. Broadly speaking, fintech can be defined as

…the technology and…




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