Creating an FX Correlation Heatmap in Python.

Correlations across different assets and markets is crucial to determine any directional bias and trigger for a trade. If we have a buy signal on one asset and a sell signal on another, but yet they are almost perfectly correlated then we know that one of the…

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Institutional FX Strategist & Trader. Author of “Contrarian Trading Strategies in Python” Affiliate Amazon Link to my Book: https://amzn.to/3Am1wlJ

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