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Python IQFeed DataHandler implementation

Old April 5th, 2014, 09:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Python IQFeed DataHandler implementation

Dear All,

I'm looking for someone to program an IQFeed datahandler in Python for an event driven execution framework.

The IQFeedDataHandler will be a subclass of a DataHandler, which is an abstract base class providing an interface for all subsequent (inherited) data handlers (both live and historic). The goal of the (derived) IQFeedDataHandler object is to output a generated set of bars (OLHCVI) for each symbol requested. The solution needs to perform, i.e., handle 50-100 symbols simultaneous.

Please PM me for details.


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