This issue of Futures does not only represent our 500th, it is also the 20-year anniversary of our Technology & Trading feature, almost exclusively written by Murray Ruggiero.
Developers are rewriting trading software to take advantage of new multicore hardware technology. Here’s why this matters to your bottom line.
Trading system technology advanced quickly in the late 1980s and early 1990s, establishing paradigms that persist today. Here’s a look at where we stand — and where we might go.
Trading system technology advanced quickly in the late 1980s and early 1990s, establishing paradigms that persist today. Here’s a look at where we stand — and where we might go.
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Electronic 24-hour markets have changed the face of trading. In the first of two parts, we examine new opportunities these new markets present traders
How to use technical analysis, pattern recognition technology, and advance walk-forward technology along with neural nets and kernel regression.
This year, Murray Ruggiero Jr. marks 15 years of covering technology for Futures. Here, Murray reviews some hallmarks of his decade and a half of sharing analysis and strategies.
Trading software is ubiquitous these days. Everywhere you look, someone is selling the latest, greatest software that will be just the tool you need for successful trading. The key to success,
Optimization can be a valuable tool, but running an optimization over a broad range of parameters can also be time consuming. When optimizing a trading system with three parameters, it is possible to