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quantopian/alphalens: Performance analysis of predictive (alpha) stock factors
Alphalens is a Python Library for performance analysis of predictive (alpha) stock factors. Alphalens works great with the Zipline open source backtesting library, and Pyfolio which provides performance and risk analysis of financial portfolios.

The main function of Alphalens is to surface the most relevant statistics and plots about an alpha factor, including:

Returns Analysis
Information Coefficient Analysis
Turnover Analysis
Grouped Analysis
python  library  finance 
18 hours ago by jonmoore
Hyundai Capital America Announces Partnership With AutoGravity
Based in Irvine, California, AutoGravity uses proprietary technology to connect car shoppers, lenders and dealers through a modern digital marketplace. AutoGravity collaborates with leading banks and captive lenders like Hyundai Capital America to empower its users with convenience, transparency and choice while sending ready-to-buy customers to the dealership.
technology  retail  finance  hkc 
22 hours ago by automotive
Modern C++ order matching engine
c++  matchingengine  finance 
2 days ago by Z303
Why JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is wrong about bitcoin—commentary
Perhaps I have fallen too far down the rabbit hole and my view is warped by my business interest — but there is a reason that I decided to take the career risk of shifting my focus to this new asset class. The reason is that I have seen this movie before with the emergence of the internet.

In the early 1990s, I was a fledgling trader who had moved to New York to make his mark on Wall Street. The internet, as I knew it, existed on a single computer at the end of the trading desk. This "internet" appeared only to be useful for something called email, which, to a trader with telephones on each ear seemed like a novelty. In hindsight, it's abundantly clear that I was too young and inexperienced (read: dumb) to understand the revolution that was happening right before my eyes.

Of course, Jamie Dimon could be correct and this trend toward acceptance might reverse. In that case, I will be the one blending his words into a smoothy and drinking it. But, if I learned anything during my formative years on Wall Street, it's that "nothing can stop an idea whose time has come."
society  finance  Business  future 
2 days ago by corrales

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