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(Last Updated On: April 24, 2019)
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All the secret is reading other people’s source code. This is not affiliated with machine learning! You could hop over to look at some great Github repositories to see how some do it. With out this skill, you will become a really substandard coder. This results in your project to be a hornet’s nest which no one will want to visit nor maintain. This idea also helps in your debugging skills. I also find this helps you find trading patterns if you know how to log. Why do you think I created my From Zero to Hero course which is part of my Elite service?

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I was hoping to rely on machine learning to find these patterns. I do believe that is a subject of complexity that one cannot simply answer. As a beginner in machine learning, I am sure there is a way but will take a lof GPU resources and manual verification on model results. This MAY take many months to figure out.

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