Automated Trading Strategies Group Membership Hits a New High Today for a Total of 30,000 Active Buy Side and Sell Side Traders

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TradingSystems.ca, a leading provider of automated trading systems, today announced that membership of its online traders community has reached a new high of 30,000 members.

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When it is not in our power to follow what is true, we ought to follow what is most probable.

The Automated Trading Strategies LinkedIn group has hit a record high of >30,000 active participants.

Doron Whitman, the group's founder and a leading trading systems architect invites traditional traders join the group and benefit from current discussions on available systematic solutions to buy side and sell side PMs / traders:

"The proportion of hedge funds or proprietary trading firms who expect to be largely or fully automated rises from nearly 60% currently to around 80%, and the proportion of global investment banks at this level rises from just under 60% currently to nearly 86%."

The group is the largest of its kind and its mission is to share and promote knowledge and experiences with market data collection, aggregation, modeling, simulation and execution, popular topics of discussion include:

1. Strategy Trading - for talking about back-testing, formula writing and strategy design for many instrument types (including Forex, Futures & Options)

2. Technical Analysis - for talking about technical indicators and chart patterns;

3. Trading Software – for talking about trading platforms, software development and other front-end applications used by Front Office order desks.

Dedicated moderators who are always available to answer questions and help put you in touch with experts that include most of the top minds in the business, this also means that members automatically gain access to thousands of interesting discussions on building, back-testing and executing winning trading strategies (posted by over 30,000+ active participants).

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