MyOpenTrader - Complex-event based trading engine

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MyOpenTrader is (yet another) a complex-event based open-source trading-engine. It is built from ground up as a parallel computing engine, which allows to do large scale parallel backtesting. It really helps if you have an active Interactive Broker Account and want to automate some of your trading.

https://myopentrader.org/
https://github.com/sgrotz/myopentrader

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