Quantitative Trading

Quantitative trading utilizes trading strategies based on quantitative analysis to systematically identify trading opportunities and to execute trades as identified. A Quant trader may work for the buy side or sell side of the trading industry. Buy side quants are looking to trade for investment purposes. These trades typically seek to make a profit from either short-term price movements (alpha) or from longer-term investment returns (beta.) Sell side quants provide quantitative trading in their brokerage activities. The sell side algos are typically accumulation type strategies (i.e. volume weighted average pricing – VWAP) that help investors get the best price for their overall order.

Quantitative trading techniques include high-frequency trading, sentiment analysis trading, and statistical arbitrage.

Quantitative trading is not synonymous with High-Frequency Trading (HFT) even though all HFT firms employ some form of algorithmic trading.

CloudQuant utilizes crowd researchers to provide the quantitative analysis that is then used by our quantitive traders.


Market Turmoil Generates Opportunity for Proprietary Traders

In these times of market turmoil and volatility, the Kershner Trading Group stands ready to provide traders with a firm built on a strong foundation of significant capital investment, innovation-focused trading technology and decades of experience in the active and proprietary trading space. Kershner Trading is actively seeking experienced US Equities Traders
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Meet The Niche Manager – Quantitative Managers. January 26, 2018

CloudQuant will be participating in the Peltz International seminar Meet the Niche Manager on January 26, 2018 in New York.
Three Inside Up Technical Pattern shown on $IBM Jan 2, 2018

TA-LIB Three Inside Up Buy Signal - $IBM

IBM, the 100-year-old company, is wedging into a tight trade, but it looks like the Bulls are gearing to press a move higher. Just before year-end, the stock set a Three Inside Up Japanese candlestick pattern setting the stage for a rally. Source code using TA-LIB and Python included.
Principles by Ray Dalio: Systemize Decision-Making

Industry News: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for January 2, 2018

... the demand for Quants and Technologists has been "relentless" in FINTECH. We agree. The best source of candidates for these skills are going to be colleges like the University of Chicago where we get many of our interns. However, that doesn't mean that you can't participate. The best people are not the current students. The best people are the subject matter experts that grow their own skills. Pick up your skills. Attend online classes on Python, Math, and AI. Learn how to apply statistics. Many people are using our own platform to grow their quant skills this year.

Futures Radio Show interviews Morgan Slade December 12, 2017

CloudQuant's CEO was interviewed by Anthony Crudele of Futures Radios show to discuss topic including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning applied to algorithmic trading. Alternative datasets are a major topic of discussion. People are saying that data is being created faster than ever before. That really isn't true. What is really happening is that data is being captured and stored at a faster rate than ever before. Vendors are now making AltData available for traders to change the way that they interact with the markets. This applies to futures and stocks with the popularity of Deep Learning in algorithmic trading strategy development.
Quantitative Strategy, Trading, and Algo Development Industry News

Industry News: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for December 11, 2017

AI & ML news covering Hedge Funds, Career, Fraud Detection, Vineyards/Winemaking, Quanthouse, Apple, Quantitative Brokers, and more
Morgan Slade, Python Data Scientist and Trader

QuantNews Interview with CEO Morgan Slade

With over 20 years of experience as a trader, portfolio manager, executive, and entrepreneur, Morgan Slade is now the CEO of CloudQuant, a cloud based quantitative strategy incubator and systematic investment fund. He has built quantitative trading businesses at some of the world’s largest hedge funds and Investment Banks ...
Open, Close, High, Low

Share Ordering Demo using Market, Limit, and Midpoint Peg Orders

The CloudQuantAI github repository holds the share_ordering_demo tutorial/code that demonstrates ways to buy and sell stocks in the CloudQuant backtesting engine using Market, Limit, and Midpoint Peg Order types. There is no single "right way" to do any of these. You will have to think carefully about
Quantitative Strategies and Capital for Trading

Industry News: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for November 27, 2017

AI & ML news covering: UBS, UK Workforce, Smart AI Chips, BlackRock, FINTECH Workflow management, CITIC, Aquila Capital, Investment Bankers, ...
Business charts

Industry News: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence News November 20, 2017

AI & ML news covering: Overvalued Markets, crypto-currencies, Quantamental funds, Social Sentiment Deceptions, Hiring of Buy-Side Quantitative Trading, ...