Deep dive analysis of close to 100 Dukascopy trading instrument with Bitcoin
Here I put together a 2 + hour video to focus on REAL WORLD market deep dive analysis. I cover asset classes including commodity (with Bitcoin), forex, and equity of indices/ETF. I go through all instruments covered to show breadth of how diverse these are. There are a total of nearly 100 instruments to watch.
Most instruments which have been trending over the years clearly demonstrate they are getting tired.
There are some other instruments showing potential using all the indicators I have talked about recently. Here is where the video is.
Dukascopy instrument list being watched
These are named as according how they are found in the Dukascopy Jforex trading platform. The non forex are always CFD product as explained in the video.
Indices and ETFs (Equity)
NOTE I now post myTRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
Solution for FinancialInstrument R package: object '.instrument' not found
If you get get error message of from FinancialInstrument:
object '.instrument' not found
ltportfolio='longtrend' > ltaccount='longtrend' > initPortf(ltportfolio,'GSPC', initDate=initDate) Error in exists(paste("portfolio", name, sep = "."), envir = .blotter, : object '.blotter' not found
Prior to 2012, the .instrument environment was also stored in the .GlobalEnv, but with FinancialInstrument version 0.10.0, it was moved to live in the top level of the package. Therefore, the .instrument environment doesn't get wiped out if the user clears their workspace. But, it appears to be missing unless you know where to look. This should work ls(FinancialInstrument:::.instrument) But, it's not as robust as using ls_instruments()