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Developing Your Trading Strategy on Quantopian: Live Webinar on August 11th at 12pm EDT

Join David Edwards for a presentation on how to research, develop, and evaluate your trading algorithm using Quantopian's research environment and backtesting platform. The live webinar will be held on August 11th at 12pm EDT. We will share the recording on our community forum after the event.

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About the Presenter
David is a computer science student in San Diego. A long time live trader and intern with Quantopian, he plans to continue his trading business and pursue graduate studies in quantitative finance.


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Thanks Kelly/David, very much looking forward to watching this one!