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No 1

Learn Python - a 8 hours video course

- Includes 17 lessons
- 34 prepared Notebooks
- a FREE eBook

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No 2

Calculate the Relative Strength Index (RSI) with pandas
- Learn what RSI is
- Read stock prices with PDR
- How to calculate RSI using pandas

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No 3

Calculate the MACD with pandas
- Get stock prices
- How to calculate MACD
- Make a plot with MACD lines

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No 4

FREE eBook
- Backtesting a investment strategy
- Use Python and pandas
- 82 pages with source code

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No 5

Calculate the Average True Range (ATR)
- What is ATR?
- How to calculate with Python
- Create a chart

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No 6

Financial Analysis Course
- A FREE 2 hours video course
- Prepared Notebooks
- Use pandas for financial analysis

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No 7

Calculate the Volatility of Historic Stock Prices
- Read historic prices with Pandas Datareader
- Calculate the volatility
- Visualize the volatility of the stock

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No 8

Simple and Exponential Moving Average
- What is SMA and EMA
- Use pandas rolling
- How to use pandas to calculate it

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No 9

Machine Learning with Python
- A 10 hours video course
- 15 lessons with projects
- Covering all ML needed

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No 10

Find all Possible Webcam Resolutions with OpenCV
- This is the odd kid in the list
- Use OpenCV to find webcam res
- A smart trick

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