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Table of Contents Interactive Brokers Useful Links Market Data Costs – access market data fees for various markets in multiple countries. IB Charting – short video of charting historical data, adding trendlines and rogue data points for IB TWS. Option Strategy Lab – IB tool that enables customers to evaluate trading scenarios based upon their own forecasts for […]

How to Place Stop Loss Profit Target

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In this post we’ll cover sell stop limits, sell stops, buy stop limits, buy stops, as well as techniques and tips on how to effectively place them in any kind of market.

E*trade Review

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E*trade is known for its excellent resources and usability. Like other large online brokers, E*trade has something to offer for all levels of investors.

TradeStation Review

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TradeStation is the best day trading platform for beginners and intermediate traders using technical analysis or algorithmic trading.

Trading Technologies Review

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Trading Technologies introduce themselves as being the fastest trading platform, designed to meet the needs of professional traders but open to retail traders as well.

Tastyworks Review

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If you are not an options trader, then this platform might not be for you, as features are very limited. Even though Tastyworks is a relatively new trading platform and releases updates quite frequently, we believe that it will not be suitable for advanced stock traders any time soon.

Best Quantitative Trading Firms

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The hedge fund industry today stands at around $3.26 trillion, of which quantitative trading funds make up around half a trillion.

Swing Trading Strategy

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In this blog post we will introduce you to the swing trading itself, swing strategies and techniques without hyperbolizing potential returns.

Interactive Brokers Review

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Interactive Brokers was founded in 1978 and is one of the biggest electronic US-based brokers. The broker is regulated by several financial authorities globally, including top-tier ones like the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Best Trading App

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Mobile trading apps become increasingly popular among young people and inexperienced traders. But are they really trustworthy and able to generate profits? Quant Savvy has reviewed Trading 212, eToro and Plus500 to compare fees, tradable assets, trading tools, and other features. Based on these reviews we have prepared our recommendation on the best trading app, […]

Learn Algorithmic Trading

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Algorithmic trading is a concept that is employed most often in online trading today. The process for algorithmic trading involves having a set pattern with clearly defined trading instructions for a particular trading platform.

Quant Savvy Feedback

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We welcome all Quant Savvy feedback. Be it from potential users or existing users. We are curious to hear from you anything related to algorithmic trading, topics can include: What other information you would like to see on the website Questions you feel we should address regarding our algorithmic trading systems Current trading experience Difficulty […]

Why You Need to Use Alternative Data

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It is estimated that asset managers are currently spending $2-3 billion on alternative data, including acquiring datasets, implementing big data technology, and hiring talent. Spending is projected to grow 10-20% annually, in line with big data growth in other industries.

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