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#QuantInsti ALGO NEWSLETTER

December 2016 Edition

QUANTRA™

Were you missing a self-paced, interactive and fun learning experience in Algorithmic Trading? QuantInsti™ is now launching QUANTRA™, your one-stop shop for everything related to Algorithmic trading. Check out Quantra™ today and avail attractive introductory offers!

Upcoming Webinar

INTRADAY PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS AND OPTIMISATION

Join Stephanie Toper of Portfolio Effects in this webinar where she will demonstrate how using high frequency market data for portfolio risk management and optimisation could improve the classic variance-bias trade-off and bring new insights to strategy backtesting.

 

Date January 10, 2017

Time 08:30 PM IST | 09:00 AM CST

Featured Alumni

Harish Maranani

HARISH MARANANI

EPAT™ BATCH 27

Harish Maranani successfully completed EPAT™ in November 2016. He did his Bachelors in Engineering from India and Masters from New Jersey Institute of Technology. Harish Maranani is based out of USA.
Harish’s project work is on Implementing Pairs Trading Strategy in FX Markets.

 

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