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EXANTE webinar on algorithmic trading
EXANTE webinar on algorithmic trading

Join the webinar on May 24 – learn to create algo-trading strategies in EXANTE platform.

When and Where
24 May ‘17
Online
About Event

Learn to create trading algorithms with our webinar on Wednesday, May 24, at 4 pm (UK). As a bonus, in the second part of the broadcasting you will be guided on how to apply your strategies with EXANTE trading platform.

During the broadcasting, EXANTE’s Senior Quant Researcher, Karlis Liepins, will touch upon the basis aspects of the algorithmic trading and will give you examples of: 

  • Objectives of algorithmic trading;
  • Various types of algorithms;
  • The process of creating one; 
  • Testing and evaluation; 
  • Understanding the possible pitfalls (and solutions).

In the second part of the webinar, our Senior Account Manager, Ainars Velicevskis, will walk you through the EXANTE trading platform so that you could see all trading facilities it offers.

Don't miss your chance to join the live broadcasting and ask any question to EXANTE team. The participations is free, just register using the link.

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