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Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Trading by Yves Hilpisch

Presented at FXCM Algo Summit, 15 June 2018 in London

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About the Presenter

Dr. Yves J. Hilpisch is founder and managing partner of The Python Quants, a group focusing on the use of open source technologies for financial data science, artificial intelligence, algorithmic trading and computational finance. He is author of the following books:

  • Python for Finance (O’Reilly, 2nd edition, 2018),
  • Listed Volatility and Variance Derivatives (Wiley, 2017),
  • Derivatives Analytics with Python (Wiley, 2015) and
  • Python for Finance (O’Reilly, 2014).

Yves lectures on computational finance at the CQF Program and on algorithmic trading at the EPAT Program. He is also the director of the first online training program leading to a University Certificate in Python for Algorithmic Trading.

Yves has written the financial analytics library DX Analytics and organizes meetups, conferences and boot camps about Python for quantitative finance in Frankfurt, Berlin, Paris, London and New York. He has given keynote speeches at technology conferences in the United States, Europe and Asia.

View our 3-part webinar series Learn to Algo Trade with Dr. Hilpisch.


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