by Haksun Li | Apr 8, 2015 |

AlgoQuant is a collection of trading-bot building tools. It is an actively developed and ever more comprehensive library of code for building systems for algorithmic trading in all aspects. You can use it to build systems for backtesting, trading strategy generation, data analysis, research, and actual order execution. Out of the box, AlgoQuant supports data import, data filtering and cleaning, in-samples calibration, out-samples simulation and performance analysis. Beyond these, the main competitive advantage that AlgoQuant has over other software is the incorporation of SuanShu, a powerful modern library of mathematics, statistics, optimization and data mining. Unified Mathematical Analysis and Modeling Library AlgoQuant has a large collection of mathematical models, many from top academic journal publications, which a trader can use as building blocks to create his own trading models. For example, to build a mean reversion model, the trader can combine (D’Aspremont, 2011) to construct a maximally mean reverting portfolio of two assets and then trade the pair using (Elliott, van der Hoek, & Malcolm, 2005) pair trading strategy. Both mathematical modules are available in the library. In addition, AlgoQuant has a large number of algorithms that the trader can apply. For example, in the area of portfolio optimization, AlgoQuant covers Quadratic Programming (Markowitz or Modern Portfolio Theory), Second Order Conic Programming as well as Differential Evolution. In other words, using AlgoQuant, the trader does not need external math software like Excel, R, or MATLAB, and there are many readily available modules and algorithms to use. He can quickly build up very complicated mathematical strategies by combining together the components from the library. Uniqueness Numerical Method Inc. has a unique way...
by Haksun Li | Apr 13, 2015 |

The BASIC package of SuanShu has the following list of features. calculus functions linear algebra basic optimization pseudo random number generators basic statistics stochastic differential equation curve fitting & interpolation geometry a parallelization framework...
by Haksun Li | Apr 13, 2015 |

finite difference differentiation using Ridders’ method derivaties of functions for: Beta Beta Regularized Erf Gamma Gaussian multivariate differentiation: (bordered) Hessian gradient Jacobian Riemann integration Riemann integration using substitution rules: Double-Exponential rule Exponential rule Power law singularity Map to the Standard interval integration using Romberg’s method integration using Newton-Cotes formula Simpson’s rule Trapezoidal rule Midpoint rule integration using Gaussian quadrature Legendre polynomials Chebyshev polynomials Laguerre polynomials Hermite...
by henrymorco | Apr 13, 2015 |

There have been a number of questions on how to create a quantitative trading strategy using AlgoQuant. This is a brief introduction to the process, which will hopefully answer all questions you my have. Basic knowledge of the Java programming language is required, although you do not need to be an expert to follow this tutorial. Sources of Inspiration Of course you will need an idea of the type of strategy you want to develop. There are a number of popular (such as Moving Averages and Pairs Trading) and some more exotic strategies already included in AlgoQuant. You can use them as a template and build your own ideas on top of them for rapid prototyping. If you don’t want to use any of the built in strategies you can of course develop your own from scratch, in which case you may still find existing strategies useful as a code base or as examples if you are ever unsure about how something is done. Implementing a Strategy Once you have an idea for a strategy, coding it up is very straightforward. During a simulation in AlgoQuant a strategy object gets notified if an event (such as a price update) occurs, so that it can then carry out an action if desired. The strategy only has to deal with the type of event it has subscribed to and hence the amount of boilerplate code you have to write is minimal. We define a strategy by implementing the Strategy interface. To subscribe to updates of a certain kind, all you need to do is to implement DepthHandler interface. If any of...
by sanjay | Apr 15, 2015 |

Our team consists of experts in both mathematics and computer science. We have PhDs and professors from world-renowned universities. Our core team member profiles can be found below. Dr. Haksun Li Dr. Ken Yiu Dr. Kevin Sun Prof. Yau Chun Yip...
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