The Quant Nomad has over 6 years’ experience in the quantitative trading industry (15+ years in programming).
He has helped more than 200 traders and companies create/optimize their algorithmic trading models.
Logging in Pine Script
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Logging is a crucial aspect of programming, providing insights into software’s behavior during execution. It not only helps in debugging by recording events and errors, allowing developers to trace issues back to their source, but it also plays a significant role in monitoring the performance and health of applications in production. Through effective logging, programmers Logging in Pine Script Read More →

Buffett indicator in TradingView
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The Buffet Indicator, named after the renowned investor Warren Buffett, is a financial metric used to gauge the overall valuation of the stock market relative to the economy. It is calculated by dividing the total market capitalisation of publicly traded stocks in a country by its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Essentially, the Buffet Indicator compares Buffett indicator in TradingView Read More →

Running Grid Optimization for Backtests in Python using vectorbt
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After running backtests, many quants want to know the best parameters for their strategies. For that, you can run one of the optimization algorithms that will find the best combination of parameters to give you the best metrics you want to optimize. It’s a pretty helpful feature, and many quants use it. However, you must Running Grid Optimization for Backtests in Python using vectorbt Read More →

Downloading the entire history of the USD Yield Curve in Python
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With the latest events on the market USD yield curve has become a very hot topic in all the news. Many traders want to use it in backtest and custom quantitative analysis. In this small article, I’ll show you how to download the entire history of the US Yield curve in Python just in a Downloading the entire history of the USD Yield Curve in Python Read More →

An easy way to sort a screener in Pine Script. How to sort a few arrays at the same time?
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TradingView provides an incredibly powerful platform for traders to analyze the markets and make informed decisions. One of the most desired features of Pine Script is custom screeners. Custom screeners allow traders to quickly and easily find stocks/coins that meet their criteria. Quite often, you might want to sort the result of your customs screener. An easy way to sort a screener in Pine Script. How to sort a few arrays at the same time? Read More →

Why your live trading is so much worse than your Backtests?
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Introduction This is the question people ask me very often. And it’s happening with both retail and institutional traders who are trying to run systematic strategies. There are quite a lot of things that can go wrong between perfect backtesting results and pure trading performance. In this article, I’m trying to cover all the reasons Why your live trading is so much worse than your Backtests? Read More →