Here in the IB's website, they offer algorithmic trading via multiple languages:
' Java – Our most popular API technology;
But someone also on the website it's written that only IB's Naive Python is supported fully by IB and the program that is written on that is guaranteed to run/execute more faultlessly than the program that is written on different Python libraries. What about these languages above, Java, C++, C#? Do the programs that are written on Java are executed less reliable than IB's Native Phyton written language programs?
I read the website but for me seems the content is inconsistent? As in the link above its mentioned that Java alongside Phyton can be used and nowhere in the link above is there any information about IB's Native Phyton comparison to e.g. Java-based programs?
May please someone professional she lights on this concept and exactly answers that what is the comparison of IB's Native Python-based programs execution VS Java-based program execution?
Also a guide on how to start with development on IB's Native Phyton alongside Java-based programming for IB's algorithmic trading?
Tnx and best of luck
As a programmer/algorithmic trader the majority of my time at work is spent breaking down big data and trying to figure out ways of creating dashboards around this information. With this being said, I've found a tool that I started using before my dashboard creation process to highlight relationships between my data for further investigation. This tool is D-Tale a python, react, flask library that's built off Plotly & Dash to allows easy data analysis and integrates easily into Jupiter notebook.
As a fan, I wanted to put together a practice & tutorial on how to use this powerful tool in a comprehensive way so I made this video where I take the Coingecko API to pull all cryptocurrency financial data by date & break it down into price, volume & market cap. Easily adaptable to an endless amount of cryptocurrencies to compare with each other on this tool.
You can find the full tutorial on this subject here:
I have just finished creating a trading algorithm (using Oanda v20 API) and I am going to need to be running this program for months without interruption. I know I can find a way in my computer system preferences to make it never sleep or whatever, and make my program run locally from my computer for weeks. However, it just doesn't seem ideal. If I had to travel or something unexpected happens like a power outage the program would be interrupted. Ideally, there would be some sort of proxy website that I could run a program from, and have my computer completely off while still having the program run. I'm curious: is there some sort of proxy website that I could run a program from endlessly? How are others running trading programs that require minimal interruption? (my program needs a weeks worth of data before it enters a trade and if it is interrupted It would need to spend another week getting this data)
Al Gore - Chapter 2 - The Future
And that these harmonics lead to trading spikes and CRASHES.
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> When you mark an email as "Spam" in Gmail, you are one of many humans in the loop of a complex machine learning algorithm, helping it in its continuous quest to improve email classification as spam or non-spam.
> Society-in-the-Loop of Governance AlgorithmsWhat happens when an AI system does not serve a narrow, well-defined function, but a broad function with wide societal implications? Consider an AI algorithm that controls billions a self-driving cars; or a set of news filtering algorithms that influence the political beliefs and preferences of billions of citizens; or algorithms that mediate the allocation of resources and labor in an entire economy.
> As more and more governance functions get encoded into AI algorithms, we need to create channels between human values and governance algorithms.
> Implementing SITL control in governance algorithms poses a number of difficulties.
> Citizens need means to articulate their expectations to governance algorithms, as they do with human regulators.
> The SITL GapWhy are we not there yet? There has been a flurry of thoughtful treaties on the social and legal challenges posed by the opaque algorithms that permeate and govern our lives.
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A few weeks ago I started working on a chess AI, but very soon the program got "out of hand". I would love some help on how to organize and plan applications like this. I am programming in C++, though I doubt that's important here.