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Analytics to forecast the markets while trading

Analytics to forecast the markets while trading

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Note that all videos are not final output as this is still in testing. This is for all those interested in a preview of this analytics service.

Note we can do mutual fund or indices. We have Australian or British examples to download here

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There are entire set of REPORTS so far!

Demo overall automated reports of European Sentiment Indicator reports

Our entire US Economic view of major Indicators

Download our Excel samples for US stock picks:  idea

How to automatically generate trading pair with long and short in the next profitable sector

Full demo and analysis of my real time economic snapshort for profitable market sector AUTOMATED trading

Download our Snapshot FRED report SnapshotFRED

Some statistical analysis for your junkies out there

Preview of the watchlist for prescreening stocks training pair ideas. DO realize this is still in developing and testing but not final:

Demo report of automated positions management on long short trading with stop loss

Self adapting with Kelly Criterion to a portfolio with automated trading performance with P and L

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R source code example on how to trade using a GARCH Volatility Forecast

R source code example on how to trade using a GARCH Volatility Forecast

I found this link:


I am using RStudio so I can confirm sthat the code seems to be ok but the plots fail with a message;
> plotbt.custom.report.part1(regime.switching.garch, regime.switching, buy.hold)
Error in plot.window(…) : Logarithmic axis must have positive limits
In addition: Warning message:
In xy.coords(x, y, xlabel, ylabel, log) :
  3120 y values <= 0 omitted from logarithmic plo

Could it be the data used? I am not sure but I only need the data anyhow. Looks good but still need to validate it as I get more comfortable with R.