Introduction to Auto Trading
October 8, 2019

My colleague Dave Di Marcantonio runs several web sites, including AmiBroker Courses where I sell some of my training courses. Dave recently published an introduction to trading automation, sometimes referred to as auto trading. Dave’s course also provides details about Alera Portfolio Manager, a new trading automation solution. APM can be integrated directly with AmiBroker but also works with other signal generating tools.

If you’re interested in automating your quantitative trading strategies, I encourage you to check out the course

Trading or Investing Automation for AmiBroker Users made Simple

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