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Before to get started, let’s take a quick look at what we have covered during the previous articles. If you have not read my previous articles, you should cover these articles first. To get more details on how to draw Bollinger Bands and to get live market data with your…

Data science

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First of all, I want to thank you. The first article has skyrocketed on Medium and Twitter (more than 15k views and 350 claps). I am grateful for it. I want to thank you all for the support. As promised, here the second part.

Let’s go back on what we…


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Ok, let’s go!

I will do my best to keep this article as clear, concise and neat as possible. I want to share with you the essence of these tips and not go on too much wordiness.

If you are too lazy and just want my top 5 rules, you…

Python for Traders and Crypto-Traders

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This article is the third part of a series of articles and videos on how to use Machine Learning and AI for Algorithmic Trading.

The model covered during this series has been improved over the last six months and is currently used for my trading robot. It is a model…

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This article is not a financial recommendation but a step-by-step tutorial to getting financial and economic data for data science projects or other purposes.

Note that the computation and calculation time will depend on your computer characteristics. …

Python for Traders — Storytime

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This article is the second part of this A to Z tutorial on how to use machine learning and AI to develop a trading model.

Today, in this article, we will cover the second part of the article on how to use math to boost your trading performances. Part 2/3

Python for Traders & Crypto — Story Time

Due to the length of the article and the content’s density, I chose to divide this article into two parts. The second part will be released in 5 days. In this first part, we will go through the two first steps needed to develop this algorithm. Enjoy!

This article will…

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Six months to go before the end of the year and if you are starting with programming and data science, choosing the right programming language to start with can be challenging.

Indeed, the growing demand in the industry can make it confusing and finding the one which will suit your…

Coding & Productivity

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Last Sunday, I felt a bit down, I couldn't put a word on what was happening, but that was there. I jumped on my sofa and continued my non-productive activity. And start asking myself what was wrong with me.

A few hours later, I got my usual weekly phone habits…

Python for Trading

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In this article, we will cover what is, from my perspective, the most reliable way to get cryptocurrency data. Two weeks ago, this question popped up when one of my students wanted to analyze some altcoins through the volume traded. …

Sajid Lhessani

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