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Introducing AlgoTrader 3.0 (Read 7188 times)
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Introducing AlgoTrader 3.0
04/08/16 at 14:22:51
 
The latest version of AlgoTrader has finally arrived.

New AlgoTrader HTML5 Frontend

Our HTML5 frontend presents a compact real-time view of your trading strategies.

Features include live Market Data, current Orders, Market Data Subscriptions, Positions, and Transactions, an interactive order placement form with full text search, configurable tiles, support for multiple currencies with automatic currency conversion, and display of alarms and notifications.

The new interface also comes with the highly interactive TradingView chart library, which contains different chart types, and over one hundred pre-built indicators. You can display multiple instruments at the same time, and you can even draw on the chart yourself.

One-Click Deployment with Docker

Docker is an open-source platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. AlgoTrader 3.0 now uses Docker to streamline our own installation and deployment process.

With Docker, you can install all components with a single command, reducing the deployment time to a few minutes.

Three New Execution Algorithms

We refactored the entire ecosystem around Execution Algorithms. Creating algorithms is now simpler and more flexible. We also added these three new Execution Algorithms: VWAP, Target Position & Trailing Limit

Excel-based Back-test Report

At the end of each back-test, we now produce a concise one-page back-test report with key performance metrics and charts. The report is based on Excel, so you can make changes and apply your own formatting.

Write Trading Strategies in Any Language

Along with the development of the HTML5 frontend, we also added a standard RESTful interface using Jetty HTTP server, and a websocket/STOMP interface using ActiveMQ.

For example, you can write a trading strategy using C#, Python, Javascript/Node.js and even MatLab or R.
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