Client Server Finance Application

  • Status Closed
  • Budget $300 - $1500 USD
  • Total Bids 7

Project Description

What I require is the following:

Standalone software

Client/Server Application

In basic terms the server receives financial data from a financial data provider such as bloomberg/reuters.

The server then performs a calculation, via an excel dde, and then sends the signal to the client application.

The functionality on the client application means the client can set their own calculation in which to handle the data, and on receiving the signal it automatically clicks on the clients broker order window.


The US Federal Reserve is going to announce interest rates

It will be bad for the dollar if the cut rates, good for the dollar if they raise rates.

The server gets the information that they raise rates, the server performs a calculation issuing a buy signal to the client software. The client receives the signal and automatically clicks with his forex broker a buy on the dollar.

Of paramount importance to this project is having low latency, so the programming must not have any extra calculations to perform.

Furthermore, it must also be easy to administer once the project has been completed. Furthermore, i must be able to add subscribers to the software.

So the tasks are:

Linking Data Feed to DDE excel,

Writing macros/calculations in Excel

Ensuring result is transmitted to client software

Design of GUI client software (zero bugs, clean efficient software)


Please only bid if you can do all of the above.

Any previous experience would be beneficial.

So please bid, and advise on timescale & any previous experience you have had in the past, or if you are unsure on what i require, i will be happy to provide further info.

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