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Material about quant/algo trading?

Hello guys,
I have few questions for our great community about quant-trading and algo-trading. I`m work under quality of my strategy`s and have same idea. I`m very good know Python and want create algo strategy for back testing and checking where and what I can change for better quality. But one problem, I never do it)) May be same one who have better knowledge about it can recommend me same:
- Lessons, Video and other learning material..
- Web-site, program and etc.
or other interest thing about it.

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Hi Evgeny,

Have you checked out tradingview.com ? I've been using their platform for a few years. They have their own language called pinescript, but it was fairly easy to learn and is a lot easier than python in my opinion. They also have a large library of algos you can use and modify to your liking.

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Almost forgot, https://backtest-rookies.com/category/getting-started/ <--- lately I've found this site very helpful for learning better backtesting on trading view. It looks like they have a little python backtesting intro also, using another tool called backtrader https://backtest-rookies.com/2017/05/30/getting-setup-python-and-backtrader/

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Hello, @Captain135
Thanks for answer. Yes I know tradingview, but never use pine script. Python language I`m already know. For me interest same specific platforms and functional for it.
I`m already find one platform and now trying to test it, you can look also this platform: https://www.quantconnect.com

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@jonnytrade, as far as quant resources specific to Python, have a look at quantstart.com and his QSTrader library. Also, Ran Aroussi authored two Python libraries, and did several webinars with FIO about his first one, QtPyLib (qtpylib.io). The 2nd one is quantstats.

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The site below contains many trading rules, quantitative strategies and related methods:

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