Trevor Trinkino presents part one of a three part introduction to Machine Learning in Algo Trading.
The world of stock trading has come a long way since its digitalization more than two decades ago. In fact, today’s trading realm masquerades as a giant machine with the evolution of the intricate components that are perhaps beyond human wit to comprehend in entirety. As such, data analytics along with novel technologies such as machine learning have become driving forces on the trading floor. This has in the recent past, spurred the rise of a new breed of traders, ones that leverage algorithms to dictate the very automation of trading instances. “Algorithmic trading” as it is known, comes with benefits such as lower cost of trading, a quantitative forecast of future stock trends, and a more objective valuation of stock to name a few. In short, algo-trading is where the compass is pointing toward, and this is precisely where CloudQuant has positioned itself.
… “We can’t have one group of people designing the system, otherwise we won’t be protecting everyone’s interests,” he said. “We need women and more diversity in Blockchain so all groups are represented.” …
“It’s exciting to see the growing number of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM); my advice is to not be afraid to jump in headfirst,” said Sarah Leonard, graduate student at the University of Chicago. “It is a difficult field but also lucrative and rapidly growing.”
Leonard sat down with CloudQuant to talk about her experiences in data science, her insight as a female in a male dominated world, and the intensive process it took to find her dream job.
April 24, 2018, Top finance professionals who will share their latest research and experience with Ravenpack big data and machine learning in London.
The first book I got was “Hello World”. The book intimidated me, because I saw programming as a superpower, something only my dad was capable enough to do. I tried to learn it, but I just got bored very quickly. My dad, still persistent, decided it was time to try programming something we loved.
FinTech Women (FTW) had their launch event at Morningstar on Monday, December 11 in an effort to bring together experienced women in the financial technology space and highlight their achievements.
The former trading floors provided a sense of community. Electronic trading communities like CloudQuant provide a bright future for new traders.
Tayloe Draughon has joined the management team as Senior Product Manager. He is a specialist in FINTECH and electronic trading product management.
Kershner Trading Group, LLC announces the formation of CloudQuant®, a wholly owned subsidiary that is the Trading Strategy Incubator.