Because I decided recently to learn investment, I think that it would be a good idea to combine investment activities with programming, in terminology it was called as Quantitative Investment.
Unfortunately I know nothing about it.
Rather than buy a book and learn it quietly and privately as usual, I will try another approach to apply knowledge in practice as soon as I learn or concern, and write down the process and experience in detail.
As expected, if you're also an outsider and interested in this subject like me, you could follow my descriptions to reproduce what I make, discuss anything you want, and finally you and me will earn the knowledge and skill if it goes well. It will take long, and it's way less efficient than a formal course if any.
But, it's free, easy and interesting, right?
Looking forward to your participation.
My environment and prerequisite:
- Microsoft Windows 10, 64bit, Chinese Simplified
- Python 3.6.4, windows x86-64 version
It's for clarifying what I've prepared, and it's strongly recommended that you could follow it in order to avoid tricky bugs. We shouldn't waste much time on debugging.
I will update it when necessary.