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Current watch list for forex crypto pairs NOW with trading bots

I was 4 for 4 on forex pick guidance on forward looking. It was no difference than last night as well. It seems what shows up on my forex watchlist becomes a buy signal according to Tradingview.com. Booya.  I am going to starting pushing out the pricing to report the trades on these picks for forex. It seems the CFD might be useful for some who watch this space but the volume is very low with Oanda. I also look at the watchlist for my older crypto strategy. it seems that was not looking great at all at the time. I will say there were at least 12 picks yesterday. They were all confirmed as buy signals yet again with Tradingview.com. I will start automating the the pricing for this older crypto trading strategy as well. This is exciting as the overall markets can still be traded even the major crypto pairs are down.

Lastly, in this video I do talk about the crypto pairs which has seen stellar returns this year. This why I would watch this 30 minute video.

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Evil bots took over Dukascopy forex trading video

I have posted this video to show you potentially a ‘predatory algo’ within the Dukacopy Forex network. This price action looks odd so let me know what you think by emailing a response or posting a comment on this Youtube video.

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Dukascopy Europe and JForex 3 vs MT4 for helpful algo forex trading tips

Most stupid forex exit indicator could work? Average true range?

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Java programmer for your own algo trading bot

Build your own algo trading bots to control your output and cash flow.

Query from Youtube commenter for ‘career’ advise

Hey Bryan, I am an ambitious java programmer you can call me. I know that most java programmers have 10+ years of experience and I’m just a young gun, but I really love learning java and using it to create things like automated trading robots, 3d games. I’ve literally made my dreams come true with java at such a young age.I couldn’t be more grateful, but there is still so much in this world for me to learn about. I understand that everything in life subjective, meaning what works for one doesn’t work for another. I am always seeking to learn about opportunities. I just completed my first swing-trading robot and am looking to push things forward.

I’ve been building robots ever since I started game development, people would hire me to build them robot scripts on video games, and I used that same knowledge to build my first trader robot. Maybe or not it matters to you that I am making this comment I don’t care, but I would love your thoughts on what a java programmer in his young age should be focusing on next. I’m very proud of my accomplishments, I love putting in the work, please give me your thoughts on what has potential, such as automated forex trading, etc. I’m not trying to chase the next big thing as I’m happy with my swing-trading bot, I’m only trying to learn, thank you!

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I am not sure where you live. I know people who make decent $ building forex bots for others in the Dukascopy JForex API world. If you get something worthy to trade automatically, you can earn extra nice $ for yourself automatically so I would focus my efforts there

Meetup Jan 15: Trading results with systematic process

#1 goal in forex trading is not to lose money but profit is 2nd

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Rise of billionaire bots: how algos redefined hedge funds

Rise of billionaire robots: how algos redefined hedge funds

While most hedge funds are suffering this year due to poor performance, a high profile list highlighted half of the most successful were driven by computer models. These are also using quantitative analysis techniques as well. What does that mean? The old-school way of running hedge funds is quickly withering away. This is another way of saying human traders are losing ground against the robots which obviously includes high-frequency trading shops as well.

Check out this very high-profile article from Britain’s Guardian newspaper

Here are some of the highlights:

Last year, David Siegel, cofounder of Two Sigma Investments, one of those quants, announced that one day “no human investment manager will be able to beat the computer“. Siegel, himself a computer scientist, now manages more than $35bn, and qualified for Alpha’s “rich list” for the first time this year. He debuted at No 7 with estimated 2015 earnings of $500m.

For the last two weeks in my Algo Trading Course Series, you will find exact details with source code that do both of these functions. 

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Best stock pickers cannot beat the bots

Best stock pickers cannot beat the bots

The machines have come to take over

Even Best Stock Pickers Can't Beat Bots
https://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-03-30/even-best-stock-pickers-can-t-beat-the-smart-beta-bots
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Spam bots have taken over Linked In groups. Boo so no much more content

Spam bots have taken over Linked In groups. Boo so no  much more content

As some know, I have used other Linked In groups I am part of to redistribute through the site of QuantLabs.net, Facebook, and my Linked In group. As a result of the hacking breach a few weeks ago, I have noticed way more spam on Linked In which makes these groups useless due to the amount of spam. As a result, I need to start focusing posting my discoveries within R. There will be less industry stuff so you have been forewarned.

 

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Are gambing sites like Full Tilt or Poker Stars paranoid about bot poker players? Like HFT quant bots?

Are gambing sites like Full Tilt or Poker Stars paranoid about bot poker players? Like HFT quant bots?

Another interesting articles. I guess high frequency trading would be similar to poker gamblers on those sites we hear about. Some highlights and questions:

Full Tilt removed an unstated number of players, confiscated the funds in their accounts, and pledged to redistribute this money to players who’d lost to the bots. PokerStars took similar action with 10 accounts in July.

Poker sites are paranoid about their customers thinking there are bots on the site – either run by their customers or the site themselves. People running bots are convinced the sites use them too, though not necessarily to thrash the customers, but to always provide opposition to keep the games going.

The sites don’t like to discuss bots at all. In a customer email regarding the latest bot cull, Full Tilt stated “For a number of reasons, we are unable to provide additional information regarding this case, including the players involved and the game type where it occurred.”

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/11/12/poker_bot_confidential/?goback=.gde_1643397_member_34995971

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