[erlang-questions] Re: trading systems
Thu Oct 1 19:23:11 CEST 2009
On Oct 1, 2009, at 6:06 PM, Artur Matos wrote:
> Things might be better now there is the new FFI interface and such,
Is there a new FFI interface? If you are talking about loadable BIFs
then I would very much like to make use of it.
> Of course you might have a different set of requirements - this might
> not apply to you if you just want to implement a simple trading bot,
> and have another system in place for managing orders, executions,
The platform I'm thinking about is rather simple. Consider
for example . This is a Pascal-like language, the Basic of trading
languages judging by popularity. It's the language used by
It's a neat and very capable language but using it requires you to
your desktop. You cannot put EL on the server for unattended but
trading. The language itself does not have heavy-duty statistics or
of the sort. It does have a bunch of technical indicators like moving
In fact, most if not all the indicators are implemented in EL rather
than built in.
I have already written compilers from EL to C# in Haskell, OCaml and
I plan to write yet another compiler, this time in and to Erlang. I
to sell this "black box" execution system to brokerage houses and
to offer a value-added service to their clients.
Server-side (co-located?) execution does not need any graphics or
although a web interface would come in extremely handy.
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