2 Lessons I learned in my live forex vs cryptocurrency webinar today

(Last Updated On: May 27, 2019)
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I learned these 2 items that I should be logging and considering for future trading logic in my crypto and forex algo trading bots:

Standard deviation

Derivative of raw closing price could be fed into the machine learning as input

Neat. I learned this from someone on my private chat server. Now  I learned even more someone in today’s webinar. This video playback will be part of my ELITE membership as well. This is only place you can watch it on demand now.

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