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You can sign up for the program here. Through the list, we'll be sending out details on how to enter into the pilot as well as e trade account on the official release. Quantopian does not charge for live trading integration, though we may need to charge a monthly fee at some point in the future.

Attached is a sample algorithm that's geared and e trade account for live trading. Tweak it to use a different list of stocks or create your own algorithm from scratch.

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Cool, but how does this fit with the idea that Quantopian's business model is a crowd-sourced hedge fund, and not a trading platform which I gather was abandoned as a way to make money? And E trade account see elsewhere https: Isn't it going to distract from their main mission?

I don't mean to be a sourpuss I'm just not following the strategy here. Why e trade account resources into this e trade account of thing?

Don't get me wrong--I'd like you to have wild success. It is just not obvious how this fits in the overall business plan, as I understand it as an outsider. We're here to provide quants, e trade account you're a software engineer at Google or a equity trader at JP Morgan, the tools to test, implement, and profit from your ideas.

Whatever your goal is, we're here to make sure that you can reach it. Speaking personally, I believe our mission is e trade account break down the barriers that Wall Street has held high for so long. The crowd-sourced hedge e trade account is one way of doing that because it gives everyone an equal chance of doing something only an elite few could do before. Quantopian is here to democratize finance. Adding a new brokerage is one way of doing that.

Grant, Over the last few month I also have been wondering about the divergent goals the Q has stated. Seong seems to thing Quantopian's original goals of democratizing Wall Street are still in place. I very much doubt that. There's no money in it as has been noted on various threads. In fact, as you point out, the expansion of broker offerings is actually counter productive.

Maybe you recall the movie Mercury Rising as well as the recent The Imitation Game where cryptographers e trade account intensely difficult puzzles looking to filter in only those people smart enough to prove their intellectual mettle. The mathematically challenged need-not-apply. That philosophy would seem to tie in well with Quantopian's more recent goal settings; cultivate the best algorithms from the smartest yet undiscovered quants and become wealthy leveraging said algos as a hedge fund.

If it works maybe somebody will even make a movie about them No doubt the research platform will assist those targeted quants. That's a worthy and necessary addition in support of e trade account fund. And of course the Open contributes to the algorithm-trust. But adding cheap brokers? Additional help docs or how-tos or simplified tool expansion to assist the uninitiated? Raise the entry bar up where the e trade account give up sooner and don't waste the fund's time or resources.

Nix all this OWS claptrap. The VC and people with bank don't want to hear about Quantopian supporting the little guys, the simple traders? Seong, are you sure you're working for the company you think you are? This is Wall Street after all. Well, opening up to alternate e trade account is a means of advertising, thereby pulling in other prospective Q fund managers.

Also, in the context of the fund, having only one trading venue IB might e trade account be the best practice. It doesn't seem like this is an equal partnership, yet.

I e trade account see Quantopian mentioned on https: And I don't see any press release or even a peep out of E-Trade on the web.

I did see a couple E-Trade guys at QuantCon by their name badgesbut they kept a low profile e. I'm also wondering how fractional shares are treated. Say I have a portfolio of 20 e trade account. So, unless fractional shares are supported, the share prices need to be pretty low. No time now to sort it out, but I do see that E-Trade has https: Also, which ETFs are available? The other thing that is not clear is if I port my hypothetical precious strategy over to Quantopian, from E-Trade or elsewherewhat will Q be able to access?

There is a legal? Or is there truly a separate business from the Q Fund, through which users can just e trade account without participating in the fund in any way i. A bit of a mind-bender Of course, one of our goals is to make money for ourselves, our investors, and the people who will eventually invest money in our fund.

But our goal is also to democratize Wall Street. These two goals are symbiotic, not conflicting. The easier we make it for people to engage in quantitative investing, the more people we will enable to e trade account so. The more people we enable to do algo trading, the more effective our strategy e trade account be of using "crowdsourcing" to find good algos for the fund. The size of our pool of potential algo authors is a key component of our pitch to potential investors in our fund.

It is entirely to our advantage to continue to do whatever it takes to grow that pool, and that means continuing to improve the site, not just for people whose algos are managing money in our fund, but for anyone who wants e trade account try their hand at algo trading.

There are already more than enough barriers to entry in this field. That's the strategy that the existing funds and banks are using, the strategy that makes it hard for people to become algo traders.

Our approach is entirely different and will remain that way. Regarding what Quantopian looks at, as outlined in our terms of usewe look at algorithms' data exhaust for the legitimate purposes enumerated there, and e trade account for anything else.

Certainly, we would never look at an algorithm's exhaust with the intent of reverse engineering, front-running, or in any other way taking advantage of the algorithm's IP without the knowledge and consent of its author. I think it is important for people to have as easy a path to trading live as possible. For many people, myself included, seeing their algo actually place trades to their account is a huge rush. Automating anything is a bit of a thrill for me, but investing is uniquely exciting.

I just imagine all the people in the world trading in the same exchanges, and my bot is out there competing. IB is great on costs because they have a higher account minimum. I think more people will be able to try trading real money with more brokers. I wonder what the expense ratios, etc. In other words, are there internal expenses of the ETFs that make them less attractive? Would E-Trade provide you with data on how profitable their users are, particularly at the low end of the capital spectrum?

Of course, the cool thing about Quantopian is that anyone can do their own due diligence, e trade account they e trade account in Part of the traditional "Wall Street" business is to get folks to pay excessive fees with the idea that e trade account be able to beat the market with "secret sauce"active management and of course, there is the gamblers rush and addiction problem, as well.

It just doesn't leap out that you are doing the world a favor e trade account, but rather might be trodding a well-worn path. We'll see if it makes sense. I can ask them if they have profitability data on accounts. Since they are a public company, if that data isn't in their quarterly updates, I very much doubt they will disclose it at all. The regulatory body for forex is the CFTC, and they started requiring forex brokers to report "profitability statistic".

Forex also has extremely low balance requirements and very high leverage. With Quantopian, e trade account can set the commission model and check what you'll be paying, and decide if the strategy can overcome the transaction costs.

However, I also think it is good to start with a e trade account balance just to be sure everything is working as you expect in a live environment. No commission is the best commission: Be sure to look at the underlying ETF fees, e trade account is usually an annual percentage fee that you'll be paying inside the ETF.

Do you have a link to the no commission ETF list? So, I'm thinking that if someone does their homework, e trade account wants to give Quantopian a try, a simple use case would be to do a monthly or quarterly re-balancing of a basket of the commission-free ETFs offered by E-Trade rather than the ones Seong posted above, which would get slapped with ridiculous commissions.

It would fit under your product category of "algorithmic investing" if, in fact, you still have it in your business plan. I think that's a great idea. Will be updating this thread shortly with a sample basket of commission-free etfs when from that list https: