Any opinions on applying machine learning or genetic programming to the world of trading and stock market forecasting?

(Last Updated On: June 27, 2014)
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Any opinions on applying machine learning or genetic programming to the world of trading and stock market forecasting?

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People program machine learning instances.  People are fallible.  Machine learning is extensible.  Behavioral blips in the random noise.

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After discussing with REAL PROFITABLE LONG TERM TRADERS, they don’t use machine learning and genetic programming. Here is one discussion:

Discussion about machines learning cannot predict the markets because it’s 100% random, pure math can help but NOT guarantee – See more

” no one knows, many fail. i only follow one person but just that simple video will make you rethink on all machine learning mumbo jumbo”

Listen, I purposely posted a video about the gamblers fallacy which a machine cannot really adjust for since the markets are 100%. I could be wrong but you know, I DO THINKTHERE ARE MORE IMPORTANT WAYS TO FORECAST THE MARKETS. I call it pure math and that is what I am learning through Khan Academy.

Also, check out the Elite Trader link in this link as well:

Do neural networks and genetic programming really work to forecase the markets? | Quant Academy Trading Ideas | – See more

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