Tag: R

Jupyter Notebook, Python or R Kernel & PortfolioEffect HFT Package

Using Jupyter notebook to develop strategies, do research or monitor your portfolio is a great idea.  Jupyter supports different languages. At PortfolioEffect, our users are currently using R or Python kernel. They directly login through our web browser to see their portfolios. Examples on how to develop strategies and monitor risks are provided. This solution […]

Princeton R Workshop

  Princeton-PortfolioEffect Algo Trading Workshop Sunday, April 9th from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Princeton, NJ We are glad to announce that this year we are partnering with Quant Trading Conference to deliver an R Workshop. Prerequisite Beginner knowledge of R and finance, college level math with RStudio installed Agenda 9:00 AM          9:30 AM          Welcome […]

Chicago Python Workshop

Alpha Generation: Controlling Intraday Risk Profile with Python Friday, February 10 2017, 10:30 AM – 5:30 PM [CST] Chicago, 10th of  Frebruary You will learn why the use of high frequency market data is necessary to be able to measure correctly the risk and rebalance your portfolio adequately. You will also learn how to build strategies to […]

Very interesting R and Python Workshops in NYC

During our 2 workshops, we covered how to compute intraday risk, backtest strategies, forecast metrics and optimize your portfolio to get more alpha. We went through classic moving average strategies to comparing high frequency strategies to low frequencies. Attendees from different background have been present from banks to hedge funds to academics. It gave a stimulating […]

High Frequency Market Microstructure: Part 1 (Microstructure Noise)

Market Microstructure Noise¶ Microstructure noise describes price deviation from its fundamental value induced by certain features of the market under consideration. Common sources of microstructure noise are: bid-ask bounce effect order arrival latency asymmetry of information discreteness of price changes Noise makes high frequency estimates of some parameters (e.g. realized volatility) very unstable. The situation […]