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    CONPA

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    ConPA 4 is a complete stack for an asset allocation application.

    ConPA 4 is a single page app with the following components: the asset search, the list of assets, the basket info, the assets stats and the dashboard of portfolios.

    To fill the basket, the user needs to add an asset, using the autocomplete search: typing the name or the symbol of an asset, the autocomplete component suggests a few assets. When the user selects an asset, it is added to the basket, displaying the symbol.

    In the meantime for the last asset added to the basket, the app provides the key statistics.

    When the basket contains at least three assets, the basket is optimized, displaying the optimal weights of the assets.

    There is also a dashboard of portfolios. It contains the stats of all portfolios created by the users: last created portfolios, best/worst performing portfolios, high/low risk profile portfolios and high/low return profile portfolios.

    Installation

    After cloning the project, install the dependencies with npm:

    npm install --ignore-scripts
    

    Start the app with the command:

    npm start
    

    It starts the web backend, the PouchDB in-memory instance, creates a new empty database and imports the latest dump available.

    Eventually browse http://localhost.

    Tested locally with PouchDB 2.3.7 and Node.js 9.x.

    Notes

    The first time you land on the page the rendering is very slow, because the db, behind the scenes, is creating the views.

    If you have a remote db instance you may use the environment variables: CONPA_LIVE_URL and CONPA_TEST_URL.

    The portfolios are saved on a PouchDB in-memory instance. The configuration allows a live and testing system, you don't need to change the source code when the app is delivered to a live system.

    Optionally, you may add a Rserve configuration (local or remote). If Rserve is not configured, ConPA uses a javascript implementation for the optimization.

    ConPA Sequence Diagram.

    History

    • ConPA rel. 0 (2008 - 2011): Jaxer + YUI.
    • ConPA rel. 1 (2011 - 2012): Node.js + YUI + Cloudant.
    • ConPA rel. 2 (2012 - 2015): Node.js + jQuery MVC + Cloudant.
    • ConPA rel. 3 (2015 - 2016): Node.js + AngularJS 1 + Cloudant.
    • ConPA rel. 4 (2016 - present): Node.js + AngularJS 1 + PouchDB / Cloudant.

    There are two old videos about ConPA 0: welcome and tutorial.

    Disclaimer

    NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE AND WILL LOSE LOTS OF MONEY SO PROCEED WITH CAUTION.

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    4.7.0

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    MIT

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