Groovy for Data Science

Posted on 2020-01-17 in Data Science • Tagged with Groovy, Data Science • 1 min read

I was looking through Reddit the other day and came across an interesting post in r/Groovy. The group itself has been relatively dead for a while but sprang to life with a question about using Groovy for Data Science. Granted, Python IS eating the world right now for Data …

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The Contrarian Case for Getting Active

Posted on 2020-01-15 in Stocks • Tagged with Stocks, Python • 5 min read

Right before the New Year I posted an article on Medium titled "Is Passive Investing Going to Kill Us?" It centers around one particular chart where the amount of money flowing into passive investing is staggering.

While I'm a big fan of Passive Investing and I've been riding its success …

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Working on 2020

Posted on 2020-01-10 in Thoughts • Tagged with Newsletter, Random • 2 min read

Happy New Year readers! Granted it's already 10 days into the new year but I've been having a well deserved break and easing back into work. Now that 2020 is here I hope to amp up more of what I did last year. Read more books, go to the Dojo …

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Python Skills

Posted on 2019-12-20 in Data Science • Tagged with Python, Trading, Sales • 2 min read

The thing about coding is that you'll never want to do it unless you have to solve something with it. This is why Python has become an indispensable language for all sorts of Data munging. There's a ton of data generated every day and you can use it for gain …

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Updated Forex Charts with Bokeh

Posted on 2019-12-15 in Forex • Tagged with Forex, Python, Stocks, Crypto • 2 min read

Just updating my past post on autogenerating support and resistance lines for the EURUSD. I've updated the charts to use Bokeh, a nicer and interactive set of plots. You can zoom in and see the candles at various price levels. I still need to do more labeling work on the …

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