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 Title & Authors
User Convenience-based Trading Algorithm System
Lee, Joo-Sang; Kim, Byung-Seo;
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 Abstract
In current algorithm trading system, general users need to program their algorithms using programing language and APIs provided from financial companies. Therefore, such environment keeps general personal investors away from using algorithm trading. Therefore, this paper focuses on developing user-friendly algorithm trading system which enables general investors to make their own trading algorithms without knowledge on program language and APIs. In the system, investors input their investment criteria through user interface and this automatically creates their own trading algorithms. The proposed system is composed with two parts: server intercommunicating with financial company server to send and to receive financial informations for trading, and client including user convenience-based user interface representing secondary indexes and strategies, and a part generating algorithm. The proposed system performance is proven through simulated-investment in which user sets up his investment strategy, algorithm is generated, and trading is performed based on the algorithm
 Keywords
Fintech;Algorithm Trading;Home Trading system;Secondary Index;
 Language
Korean
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