Coding Deep Learning for Beginners while using Oanda data

(Last Updated On: August 29, 2018)
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It is rare for me to get excited about resources to learn machine learning where math is not your top skill. All forex and CFD  instruments using Oanda data is listed below. This series seems to include an assumption you know nothing about the math behind these concepts. You may want to check out this article if you are ever interested in learning about deep learning.

All forex and CFD  instruments using Oanda data


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Remember I struggle using between Interactive Brokers Oanda for forex. I could use Interactive Brokers to execute order using Oanda data which is out of synch. The other idea I am think is using Oanda data and executing the trades. Just remember my views of Oanda are not positive as they have market making. I want to get that Oanda account to $2000 so I can move over to Interactive Brokers for their data access. I just want to show you build everything from nothing.

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Hardest part of trading is optimal market entries

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