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New combined parameters to use for optimal real time crypto currency pairs

Lots of parameters I am using to combine proper trading decisions for optimal profit return. I am showcasing the combination of this for highest returns when position are entered. This is important to watch to understand you cannot depend on one or two indicators. You may wonder why folks are losing money left and right. There are so many false positives out there for bad positions to go bad. Do understand these parameters can be used universally for all major asset classes. This includes crypto currency with Binance Exchange for my needs. Also, I am using Python to create these but I am starting to hit limitations with it.

NOTES

Remember this is to kept simple. This includes technical analysis since it seems to work ok versus other analytics techniques I tried.

 

Chart Director trading 38 min video added to Python 3 quant elite course

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Is combined bullish harmonic pattern and buy signal reliabe for market entry in algo trading

Will this prove to be reliable?

Is this a reliable combo for market entry in algo trading? I am more confident for looking for a bullish harmonic pattern with either an up arrow signal or a moving average cross? This looks possible but these are some of the more reliable combos I will look for to make this happen. You would also want to look for upward momentum with either the price above or approaching the trend line. Who know but this seems to appear to work reliably ?

 

Williams % and Stochastics most reliable Matlab technical indicator

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Backtest with combined R and Python

Backtest with comibines R and Python

 

I just read Ivan P’s latest article over at http://www.quintuitive.com/. He mentioned the different backtesting options of Quantopian and QuantConnect. I have no issue with either but I then started think of the different combos of Python and/or R combined. I even thought about 100% Python backtesting framework. Here are a bunch of article below:

 

Backtesting – Tool Review

https://hci-algotrading.com/hci-algo-day-trading-187-13-days-weekly-performance-report-17-february-2017/

http://pmorissette.github.io/bt/

http://gbeced.github.io/pyalgotrade/

https://timtrice.github.io/backtesting-strategies/

http://blog.fosstrading.com/2011/03/how-to-backtest-strategy-in-r.html

https://www.r-bloggers.com/integrating-python-and-r-part-ii-executing-r-from-python-and-vice-versa/

I came to the conclusion to keep my Python testing scripts as short and simple as possible. I think what I created through my Python Infrastructure Building Blocks should demonstrate it. Frameworks will only complicate your strategy development workflow.

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