PyQT has a gui designer that will create a file. I did one a while ago http://bit.ly/TFFL7V
trading algo in python. gui in c# (much easier)
these "reports" are marketing material. They are written by fresh graduates, outsourced, or completely automated.
use ttsim. Not sure why you think it doesn't work for testing with the API.
tempest in a teapot
You can run ttsim for testing.
from your example there's increasing activity in atm options. It would help to know what expiration(s) you're referring to and how has implied vol...
CSI provides the data through ftp. so at the command line type "ftp get" :D
What was he squawking? The driving range that was put up a while ago
Yes, market making back then the quotes were wide. If you're not market making, then scalping, spreading, arbing. Anything but "trading".
buy puts and sell calls. called a collar or synthetic short
process a realtime datafeed
depends what exchange and instrument you're on
from random import randint
for i in range(30):
risk = .02 * account
r = randint(1,100)
you probably want to standardize on one of the fixing times
create a BAG instrument
def createBag( conidOne, conidTwo, symbol, exchange='NYMEX'):
leg1 = ComboLeg()
leg2 = ComboLeg()...
actually goldman execution and clearing
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