Open-source Twitter Intelligence

I continue being curious about OSINT, and I found this project named Open-source Twitter Intelligence in GIT Hub . It’s a set of code that do scraping on Twitter without using Twitter’s API, allowing you to scrape a user’s followers, following, Tweets and more. Apparently Twitter’s API has some limits and this approach avoid them. It’s written in … Read more

Open-source intelligence, first try

Leyendo documentación sobre seguridad y tratando de entender como se ponen en práctica los conceptos de OSINT, encontré un vídeo sencillo de como usar EO-Ripper.py para rastrear correos electrónicos y sus contraseñas: Me pareció curioso probarlo, de manera que encontré un hueco días más tarde. Los pasos que di esta vez han sido: Instalar python 3.6. He … Read more

Guru99, python and more

There are so many tutorials about almost everything, this time I found this one: https://www.guru99.com Guru99 Vision: Fun & Free Education for ALL Guru99 Mission: To bring all feasible courses , online. Python was the one who took the first look, but I went quickly to other tutorials. I am inmersed now on a SAP HCM project, so … Read more

Anaconda, configuration

Python Data Science Platform I have installed this Anaconda environment with the purpose of performing the backtesting activities I’m working on with Python. The process It’s easy to install and there is nothing you have to configure. You just need to start coding and working on it. The user adoption for the notebook is quick, … Read more

Quantitative trading on cryptocurrency market Q2

This is the second chapter of a learning process that started last September. Second Quarter The second step is defined for the next 3 months, where the main goal is to define a specific strategy of quantitative trading and work on it with real money on crypto currency market. Following the V2MOM model: Vision: Have … Read more

Hello world in quantitative trading

Since I started on this field the focus has been to be able to build a set of I found this training course with the slides posted, where Michael Halls-Moore explains the basis of the backtesting with Python and Pandas. Things to remind Taxonomy of trading strategies: forecasting, mean reversion, momentum and high frequency trading. … Read more

Python, Good morning

Good morning is the name of a library that enables you to download data from stocks related to fundamentals. I have uploaded the GIT file on my eclipse and I have shown some basic data in a data frame. This was something initially easy. My goal is to draw data in a monthly basis for … Read more