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decimal - Arbitrary-precision fixed-point decimal numbers in go

  •    Go

Arbitrary-precision fixed-point decimal numbers in go.NOTE: can "only" represent numbers with a maximum of 2^31 digits after the decimal point.

qtrn - A cli tool to streamline financial markets data analysis

  •    Go

The official cli tool for making financial markets analysis as fast as you are.If your $GOPATH is configured, and git is setup to know your credentials, in a few moments the command should complete with no output. The repository will exist under $GOPATH/src/github.com/FlashBoys.

ofxgo - Golang library for querying and parsing OFX

  •    Go

OFXGo is a library for querying OFX servers and/or parsing the responses. It also provides an example command-line client to demonstrate the use of the library.The main purpose of this project is to provide a library to make it easier to query financial information with OFX from the comfort of Golang, without having to marshal/unmarshal to SGML or XML. The library does not intend to abstract away all of the details of the OFX specification, which would be difficult to do well. Instead, it exposes the OFX SGML/XML hierarchy as structs which mostly resemble it. Its primary goal is to enable the creation of other personal finance software in Go (as it was created to allow me to fetch OFX transactions for my own project, MoneyGo).

budget-tracker - A full-featured budget and saving tracking application in go

  •    Go

A simple budget tracker to keep track of your incoming and outgoing expenses per month as well as statistics about your daily available money. Besides a web-frontend which is also usable on a mobile device it provides a comfortable REST API for all your command-line magic. All features that I need are implemented. Open an issue if you have the need for an additional feature, or even better, provide a pull request :-).




moneygo - An accounting web application to track personal finances written in Go and React/Bootstrap

  •    Go

MoneyGo is a personal finance web application written in JavaScript and Golang. It adheres to double-entry accounting principles and allows for importing directly from financial institutions using OFX (via ofxgo). This project is in active development and is not yet ready to be relied upon as your primary accounting software (but please feel free to try it out and offer feedback!).

bridge-server

  •    Go

More information about each server can be found in corresponding README file. Prebuilt binaries of the bridge-server server are available on the releases page.

gobacktest - event-driven backtesting framework written in golang

  •    Go

Heads up: This is a framework in development, with only basic functionality. An event-driven backtesting framework to test stock trading strategies based on fundamental analysis. Preferably this package will be the core of a backend service exposed via a REST API.

finance-go - :bar_chart: Financial markets data library implemented in go.

  •    Go

This go package aims to provide a go application with access to current and historical financial markets data in streamlined, well-formatted structures. A neatly formatted detailed list of implementation instructions and examples will be available on the piquette website.


qtrn - A cli tool to streamline financial markets data analysis :wrench:

  •    Go

The official cli tool for making financial markets analysis as fast as you are. Pronounced "quote-tron" as a throwback to those awesome financial terminals of the 80's. This project is intended as a living example of the capabilities of the finance-go library.

starling-roundup - Round-up your Starling Bank transactions and transfer the proceeds to a savings goal

  •    Go

This serverless application allows you to round-up your Starling bank transactions to the nearest £1 and transfer the delta to a savings goal. This implementation is targeted at Amazon's AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM), but the principle could easily be deployed elsewhere.

ynab

  •    Go

This is an UNOFFICIAL Go client for the YNAB API. It covers 100% of the resources made available by the YNAB API. To use this client you must obtain an access token from your My Account page of the YNAB web app.





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