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Colleagues Dan Hubscher and Louie Lovas have begun a great webinar series that outlines the “lifecycle” of an algorithmic trading strategy. Illustrated with Apama’s Event Modeler, they use a Commodity Futures trading strategy to illustrate how trading firms can accelerate the delivery of trading strategies with a development tool that is accessible to the trading desk. This can help make significant cuts in development times, allowing firms to capitalize more quickly on opportunities. Future sessions will explore some of the other aspects of the platform that target developers, recognizing that firms have different business models and development styles.
We’ll be posting the recorded version shortly for on-demand viewing, but if you have not registered, I’d encourage you to click here and get on board for parts 2 and 3.
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