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Aired On
Nov 10 2022
12:00 pm - EST
Image Backtesting Your Quant Strategies Using IBKR’s TWS API Watch on GoTo Webinar

This webinar describes the process of backtesting for quantitative strategies using IBKR’s historical data. We will show how to use an open source backtesting framework to retrieve historical data through the TWS API and the steps required to progress toward live trading. An example of a fully-fledged strategy will be provided for educational purposes.   

This instructional material presented builds on a recent IBKR blog series: “Building your automated strategy with IBKR: From Back Testing to Paper Trading to Live Execution,” by Jogi Narain of Atreyu Trading.

Contributed By:

Atreyu Trading

Presented By:

head shot Jogi Narain

Jogi Narain

Chief Technology Officer

Atreyu Trading

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Disclosure: API Examples Discussed

Throughout the lesson, please keep in mind that the examples discussed are purely for technical demonstration purposes, and do not constitute trading advice. Also, it is important to remember that placing trades in a paper account is recommended before any live trading.

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