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Cryptocurrency Trading and Pandas Data Analysis
October 9, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Cryptocurrency has many interesting characteristics as an investment vehicle. We will examine how conventional fx trading strategies perform when applied to cryptocurrency like Bitcoin and Ethereum. We will also look at some of the popular arbitrage strategies and attempt to asses their profitability.
David Matsumura is a member of the Chicago Python users group (Chipy) and has been an organizer of the finance special interest group (FinSIG) for the last two years. The FinSIG examines the intersection of Python and finance covering topics like algorithmic trading, FinTech and quantitive research. David is a quantitative analyst with Credit Suisse.
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