How to Perform Machine Learning Using Amibroker and Python
Amibroker is a powerful technical analysis and trading system development platform, used extensively by traders and analysts for developing and deploying trading strategies. Python, on the other hand, is a versatile programming language that...
Bulls Make a Comeback: 9th Consecutive Positive Close for Nifty Futures
The financial landscape has taken an exciting turn as the bulls return with full force, marking a remarkable 9th consecutive positive close for Nifty Futures. Witnessing an impressive ascent from 16,942 to 17,884 levels,...
Top Quant Python Libraries for Quantitative Finance
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Understanding the Behavior of Long-Term Investors – Market Profile Tutorial
Long-term traders/investors typically have a buy-and-hold strategy, meaning they hold positions in the market for an extended period, usually months or years. They are more interested in fundamental factors that drive the market, such...
Introduction to NumPy – Python Tutorials for Traders
NumPy is a Python library that provides support for large, multi-dimensional arrays and matrices, along with a large collection of mathematical functions to operate on these arrays. NumPy is a popular library for data...
Predicting Gap Up, Gap Down, or No Gap in Stock Prices using Logistic Regression
Logistic Regression is a popular statistical method used for predicting binary outcomes, such as predicting whether an email is spam or not, whether a student will pass or fail a test, and many more....
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