activeQuant (formerly known as CCAPI) is a financial engineering and financial application library for Java. It provides interfaces for automated stock exchange trading through IB. Additionally, it provides functions to retrieve online data from various sources: IB, OpenTick, and Yahoo. It provides a comprehensive library of technical and mathematical indicator implementations, like MACD, SMA, EMA, RSI, Williams %R, Correlation, and more. It also has a Matlab interface.
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Release Notes: This release adds a new sample trading system, a Renjin dependency, and IBFXFeeCalculators.
Release Notes: Also released to Maven's central repository.
Release Notes: This release supports the ability to scan various market instruments to see if a hammer pattern is present, which can indicate a falling market. AnalysisKit has been expended in its ability to analyse and process data. Necessary data for this component is provided by the HistoryDownload application, which retrieves and stores tick-level data in various formats, e.g. MySQL 5 and Derby DBs via hibernate. The Charting Trading Browser is another new feature that is based off of this increased database functionality. Overall, 2,000 small changes were placed.
Release Notes: Interactive Broker's TWS is now supported. Several minor bugs have been fixed. A new indicator was added.
Release Notes: CCAPI 2.0 is a rewrite of CCAPI 1.6 with cleaner architecture in mind. The TradeSystem implementation now supports TenFore datasets, enabling CCAPI to backtest on tick levels. A fractal indicator has been added.