low code backtesting library utilizing pandas and technical analysis indicators
I wrote fast-trade, you can use it from the command line or a script. Strategies are in JSON, so it’s easy to iterate.
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However, it's not the fastest framework. If you need speed, and are good with the data science tool chain in python and the concept of flattening loops into vectorized operations, check out vector-bt. I haven't gotten a chance to play with it yet, but I'm definitely going to as soon as I find some spare time. It seems like a great option with a nicely modernized approach.
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Zipline, a Pythonic Algorithmic Trading Library
Yea I just see it has no commits since October https://github.com/quantopian/zipline
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