Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition for Algorithmic Forex and Stock Trading: Intro


33 thoughts on “Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition for Algorithmic Forex and Stock Trading: Intro

  1. for python 3.6, use bytespdate2num instead of strpdates2num , see https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/issues/4126

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  3. Hi Sentdex, I tried to download the package 'qsforex' but wasn't able to do so. I tried downloading using pip and searched it on the website you have mentioned ( the unofficial windows binaries for python packages) but didn't found the 'qsforex' package. Can you please tell the procedure to download it ??

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  5. An easier way to get python with all the packages is to install Anaconda
    https://www.continuum.io/downloads

  6. hi sentdex
    i am trying to import numpy and matplotlib but giving me error no module named numpy. i have downloaded . whl files.plz help i am rookie in coding

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  8. try to use command 2to3 pythonfile.py in terminal or whatever you're using

  9. the first caution at the beginning of the clip ,sounds rude to me. bcuz it's too obvious.

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  12. Great series +sentdex, and thank you for the free lessons!

    In all fairness to those who followed this entire series and still think this was a tutorial on how to copy code, then easy money, think again. The core concepts, techniques, tools, and steps of reasoning are the true gold and creative empowerment.

    A couple things I'm interested in knowing and (my humble) constructive pieces of criticism:
    – like +dagharr2 i'd also like to see some abstraction, maybe even account for new tick data and desired predictions based on a future time.
    – you mentioned at the start that traders use fancy names for these patterns. how about a vid on pseudo code dissections of these patterns?
    – how can these patterns be applied or considered in NN's?
    – can you talk about any experience you have with Pine Script (tradingview.com) and maybe walkthrough a strategy test or two?
    – can you target these kinds of vids to more code-oriented people? some of the beginner explanation stuff takes away from the breadth and brevity of your content.

    Keep it rock'n!

  13. Hi – just trying to get started and failed to download matplotlib or numpy. neither seem to be quite as video. Have managed to download Python v 2.7. I am W10 (Pro). I follow the links
    and find myself with a command 'python -mpip install -U pip'. I tried this in the Python command line but not accepted.
    Just need to get the basics correct to make any progress

  14. I can't get these things to download and install properly, except Python??? "pip" install – throws an error?? Anyone?

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  16. Hello sentdex. First I would like to congratulate you on your channel which I think is the best and most complete I have seen about Python. I would like to ask you if it is possible for a retail trader to be profitable in algorithmic trading because I understand that many Hedge Funds have at their service brilliant mathematicians and programmers like you with a level of knowledge that very few people on the planet can reach, in addition to having millions of dollars in infrastructure. What has been your personal experience on this subject and do you think it is really possible to achieve it? Thank you very much in advance

  17. Hello there , thanks for your video ,im studing quantitatif finance and i need please some PDF and more information about trading using machine learning, and thanks

  18. Great tutorials as always! Any specific reason you are using Python 2.x instead of 3.x for this project?

  19. Hi Sentdex, I just understood what exactly you are trying to do with the data at around the 7th video in this series.

    I think your first video (here) does not explain clearly the strategy you are going to use in the rest of the series. For your future series (or this series), I suggest that you give an outline of the strategy so that your audience get the big picture. It will help your audience to follow your codes. Overall, I really enjoyed this series so far. Please, keep up the good work.

  20. For anybody starting this series… I wrote this code in Python, and then re-wrote it in NodeJS (i.e. JavaScript) using python-shell for MatPlotLib. The final code runs way faster in NodeJS. I'm running the 1month data in NodeJS (using more than 800,000 patterns in the searches) as fast as Python runs the 1 day data (using only 30,000 patterns). I wish people moved away from Python for machine learning.

  21. There's now a source of forex data for training machine learning algorithms in AWS called Hello Forex. You can find it in the AWS marketplace by searching for "forex"

  22. Sentdex your out of this earth . Your Smart coooooooool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  23. Any change this pattern recognition code is available in python 3?. I am very
    new to python and trying to figure out the bugs is well…a job and a half

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