Artificial Intelligence For Trading Online Nanodegree Program Launched

A new online course called Artificial Intelligence for Trading has been launched by Udacity. Students can complete real-world projects designed by industry experts.

Mountain View, United States - February 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Udacity has launched a new online course called Artificial Intelligence for Trading available as a nanodegree program. It allows participants to complete real world projects designed by industry experts, covering topics from asset management to trading signal generation.

More information can be found at: AI For Trading

Anyone can sign up for the new course and study at their own pace. Students will be able to master AI algorithms for trading, and build their career-ready portfolio. With the artificial intelligence for trading course, participants can learn trading signal generation and study with a 1-on-1 technical mentor.

After completion of the course, they will be able to advance their career and get better opportunities. The course prepares students for real-world coaching and helps them to design a lifestyle they enjoy.

At a leisurely pace of 10 hours per week, the course will take an estimated 6 months to complete. Pre-requisites include knowledge of python and mathematics.

The syllabus includes quantitative trading, with basic trading modules and advanced trading modules. Participants can learn about market mechanics and how to generate signals with stock data.

The course also covers stocks, indices and ETFs, along with factor investing and alpha research. These modules allow participants to construct a portfolio with advanced optimization techniques.

Udacity explains that all nanodegree programs include real-world projects from industry experts, along with technical mentor support.

Courses also come with personal career coaches and coaching sessions, and a flexible custom learning program that can be tailored to fit the busy life of students.

A recent student said: “I loved the program. The first 3 projects were very basic, but everything after project 4 was great. You get introduced to alpha research, portfolio optimization and backtesting. In some of the projects you use Zipline, Quantopian’s open source library.”

There are a number of benefits to learning online. Students can improve their skills and enhance career possibilities while learning at their own pace from the comfort of their own home.

Full details of the new course can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Adarsh Nair
Email: Send Email
Organization: Udacity
Address: Privacy
 2440 El Camino Real, Mountain View, CA 94040, United States
Website: https://www.aiforquatitivetrading.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946750

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