By Bryant Sheehy

January 21, 2022
Using Python to Construct a Relative Strength Matrix for Stocks and ETFs
By Bryant Sheehy

Among technical analysts, the concept of Relative Strength is very popular. The concept is simple but powerful. Relative Strength is simply the measurement of one security’s price performance relative to another security, to a benchmark index, or to another group of securities. The power in Relative Strength is that it tends to persist for a measurable length of time, often for weeks and months. There are a number of well-documented reasons for this. The most obvious reason is that Relative Strength identifies and takes advantage of the herd mentality on Wall Street.

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December 27, 2021
Build Your Own Stock Market ETL Process on AWS RDS
By Bryant Sheehy

In this article, I will show you how to set up a basic Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) process to pull end-of-day stock market exchange data into the Relational Database Service (RDS platform) provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) using the Python scripting language and the MySQL database language.

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