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Quantconnect python course on udemy

hi all,

I was thinking of creating a course o Udemy for using QC with python

Will anybody be interested in such a course (for the low price of 10$)

Also what content would you like to see in this course 

any comments or suggestion will be much apricated  

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do it do it do it!  :)

describe the ide (website)! (very important)

how to rename files, how to creaty a python module..... white theme black theme (icon at the bottom on the right),....

python code completetion

start from the very basic!

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very famous question: how does going live work. working with logs and that stuff.

also consolidators !

using history

 

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That would be a great course! no problem with the price. Would like to see framework algos created from start to finish, creating consolidators, and maybe a few of the examples from the library. Thanks for thinking of this. Hope you follow through.

Cheers

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Yechiel,

I would be a buyer 100%! Currently on Udemy, I found only one algo course with an intro to Quantopian, it's got almost 49K students, so I definitely see a Market. You definetely need a section on:

Order management: order types, profit taking, stop loss, position sizing, etc

Portfolio & broker management: Margin, leverage, commission cost, shortable float, how to trade live, etc..

Universe to trade: how to filter a universe of securities to trade ie: most liquid stocks, by sectors, liquid futures, most liquid options, etc..  

trading Indicators: how to code Trading signals with entry and exit criteria (simple ones like the Bollinger bands mean reversal can work)  

Options: how to naviguate throught an option chain, how to select strikes to trade, how to return the Greeks for a portfolio, how to select strikes based on the delta, how to roll and option before expiry, how to scan for high volatility stocks (IV) 

How to avoid trading on earnings or how to trade earnings

 My preference would be to make this course somewhat advanced, for example: do not explain what short selling is, what calls & puts are, what a future is, etc.. There is plenty of information about this available for beginners on the QC docs or anywhere on the internet. 

If you need more suggestions, I'd be glad to help. Also, is QC able incorporate Machine learning ? I haven't researched this topic yet

Julien  

 

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I would buy it, definitely.

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Please, it is very much needed!

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