Tag Archives: forex trading

A trading journey into Randomness

A conversation on testing, analytical thinking and randomness with a fellow trader over a cup of coffee on Wednesday afternoon. Yesterday afternoon I had a great time catching up with a fellow trader I had met on the VTP program in … Continue reading

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Systematic Trading Resources & etc

Here’s a brief recap of recent learning resources I have used for coding & systematic trading. The objective has been to improve my EasyLanguage skills and to brainstorm trading strategy ideas. A systematic trader here at the fund explained to … Continue reading

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Recent Jump to EasyLanguage coding

Holidaying in Paris (hunting street-art) on a two week break from the markets. That said, here is an update of what has been happening on my trading front.  

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Stepping stones to successful forex trading

It seems the many countless hours I have spent in conversations with several trading buddies, with the discretionary trader here at the hedge fund, and sharing offices with several full-time retail traders over the years have turned me into a … Continue reading

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Oil and Forex Trading Update II

Not sure what was more challenging last week – back-testing the trading strategies or completing 100 miles on my hybrid bike (along with 30,000 other keen Londoners!) on the Prudential100 charity ride. In any case, here’s a weekly update of … Continue reading

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Oil & Forex Trading Update

Another week of decent progress in trading strategy development.  Working hard away in my office. Collected good experience in articulating and formulating some of my evaluation and decision making processes into Microsoft Excel formulas.  It is not as difficult as … Continue reading

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