Working on Univerasl Pattern Recognition trading algo

(Last Updated On: April 13, 2015)

Working on Univerasl Pattern Recognition trading algo

Working on a pattern recognition algorithm which needs to be converted to Matlab from Ninja Trader. It seems this may be very useful to set soft entry and exit target prices. Check it out on this blog by search ‘ABC’ or Google ABC Pattern. Quite an interesting concept but no charting for these different legs are important, it’s the target prices that matter. Let’s see where this ends up. I will post  a video on the results with testing but it may take a while as I want to implement into Matlab’s Simulink environment.

P.S. I fon’t like spending too much time on these ‘pattern recognition’ but lets see where this leads. I don’t think I will be pursuing anything further.

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