I agree better try more responsive data providers. For Futures data, you can check out algoseek, tickdata, etc
I wonder what my family will think if I start doing this in the kitchen
Anyone here had a problem with this yet?
You might want to check out Stefan Jansen's ML4T. Not done with it yet but it's a good read, very detailed.
Well, it depends on your budget and the exact type of data you are looking for. For instance, if you're looking for historical US-centric market...
Have you tried checking DxFeed?
I don't know but I'm not confident with the 66% efficacy. But let's wait and see
I generally prefer the one packed in water just because it has lesser calorie content
Haha good one!
Spikeet's pretty new to me. How'd you find their data so far?
I've surprisingly enjoyed The Good Place as well. Lately, I've been following Alice in Borderland.
If you're looking for an inexpensive option then renting algoseek futures data through QuantGo is worth a try. If you prefer purchasing it...
Curious to know what changed your mind?
Hmm sounds interesting. Anyone up for it?
You should! It's a good watch
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