Sometimes harmonics are ok to track with. I find so far they may be useful on a downday. I just find they are not optimal on big up swing days like in crypto. So all you might need are just to track price swings ? Also, track which ones are most frequent. Join my newsletter at
As a paying subscriber, I am still waiting for ticket responses after many days. I pay for useless ads on their app. I also deal with bad streaming problems. No customer support response so I am thinking of dumping Bloomberg. Who finds Reuters better?
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Reuters seems free but the articles are scant and not in depth.
CNBC to try for $29 means you have pay a years worth up front. Otherwise you pay $29 per month.
Morningstar looks good for investors but it only works on Ipad. You pay an affordable rate as well. This might be the best for daily content.
I totally forgot about Wall Street Journal as well.
Bloomberg content still best but you pay primo with no customer service. There is still no response from ticket 4 days ago !
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Bryan. Maybe not what you meant but I subscribe to wsj.com (nominal cost). I find most useful that you can optin in to particular streams. So this one has a great snapshot on global macro and because they are wsj they host a lot of content in these emails from the big banks. My wife has a subscription to the FT through her office which has a great ipad app and covers market moving news during the day.
Bloomberg becomes trash. Should I switch to Reuters?
As a paying subscriber, I am still waiting for ticket responses after many days. I pay for useless ads on their app. I also deal with bad streaming problens. No customer support response so I am thinking of dumping Bloomberg. Who finds Reuters better?
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There are a quite a few number of regression techniques with
Python. This always comes up a popular ‘machine learning technique’ but this
seems more math based. It also keep popping up in my daily news consumption feed
which gets posted in my Facebook programmed group.
Also, as I dig deeper into MotiveWave, my thoughts on Bollinger
Band Width returns a hard coded response for each instrument and different
market condition. It is quite difficult to work with across multiple
instruments since the response is always different.
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