I’ll be giving a talk at this year’s New York Traders’ Expo on Monday, February 18th. It’s titled “Automation for the Discretionary Trader” and I’ll be pulling from some themes that I’ve written about in the past. Here’s the description of the talk that’s in the expo brochure:
This session will explore how discretionary traders can use technology to automate much of their trading routine without necessarily automating their actual orders. There are huge benefits to using automation without having a computer actually “pull the trigger” on your trades. Automating your daily trading routine will make you more efficient, allow you to find and trade more opportunities, and give you more confidence in your trading system-all while doing less work. This session will cover various tools and APIs that can be used to let a computer do a surprising amount of your trading grunt work, freeing your time for higher-level pursuits.
The expo is free to attend, so if you’re close by stop in. If you’re in New York and want to meet up, drop me a note.
I hope to see you there!