We are a team of software developers with up to 15 years experience in the fields of simulation, signal processing, machine learning, and financial algorithms. We've created the Zorro trading platform and the Gamestudio game development system. We offer consulting and programming services in the following areas:
- Model-based algorithmic trading systems.
- Data-mining trading systems with pattern detection or machine learning algorithms.
- Money management systems with Markowitz, Optimal-F, or Kelly optimization.
- Trading system implementations based on published research papers.
- Testing and coding low-latency HFT systems (C, assembler, HLSL, or VHDL).
- Broker API implementations.
- Financial research projects.
- Supported languages: C/C++, MQL4/5, R, Python, CUDA, Intel assembler, HLSL, VHDL.
With about 350 trading systems in the last 4 years, we're probably the worldwide leading service for developing financial solutions for trading firms and private traders. Some insight in system development processes gives our blog The Financial Hacker. We develop, optimize, and test your trading system with walk forward analysis, Monte Carlo analysis, and bias / reality check algorithms.
For outsourcing your financial programming task, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If it's about coding a strategy, send a description of the desired trading behavior, such as indicators, entry rules, exit rules, risk and money management, and user interface. If required, download our NDA here. A programmer will contact you with a quote and schedule for realizing your trading system as an automated algorithm.
oP group Germany GmbH
63549 Ronneburg, Germany
Tel +49 6184 929775 (CET office hours)
Fax +49 6184 929778
Zorro version 1.58 was released and is available on the download page. This version contains a system for HFT simulation and backtest, and many other new features, improvements, and bugfixes. The complete feature list can be found on the What's New page.
A comparison table of Zorro vs. TradeStation™ vs. Metatrader™ can be found on the FAQ page.
*** As of May 17, 2017, Yahoo abandoned their historical price data API without prior announcement. If your script uses price data from Yahoo (for instance, the Z8 portfolio strategy), please use the workaround posted on Financial Hacker. ***