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How to use trading patterns to prevent bad trading and perfect timing with less false positive signa

How to use trading patterns to prevent bad trading and perfect timing with less false positive signals

The impact

The patterns are proving to be more useful as compared to my entire scans of all the major asset classes. This will be part of my arsenal of charts for Analytics service

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NEW trading patterns that work 50 to 60 percent with stop loss

Introducing trading patterns that work 50 to 60 percent with stop loss

Introducing trading patterns that work 50 to 60 percent with stop loss

This is pretty awesome stuff where it the concept to generate is very simple. It also appears to be very effective to run with profit potential as shown in the video. Always remember the stop loss and trailing stop can be virtual with out signaling back to your broker. That will protect your trades from pathetic market making they may try. Booya!

I can now add this to my arsenal of many charts to help accurately calculate timing for entries followed by classic virtual stop loss or trailing stop.

NOTE that I have now removed the source how to do this to maintain competitive and trading. Sorry but that is how the cookie crumble sometimes. The source was posted in my social media and blog for over day. You schmooze you lose.

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NOTE that I have now removed the source how to do this to maintain competitive and trading. Sorry but that is how the cookie crumble sometimes. The source was posted in my social media and blog for over day. You schmooze you lose.
Here is a repeat of what was sent out yesterday in case you missed it.

 

I must say this is a typical analytical process I intend to go through. After the scripts run against Dukascopy Jforex data, it seems the most logical place to ‘invest/trade’ is the German market index like DAX. With the US markets coming off, it seems that USA 30 is still a top pick but the charts clearly show downward momentum. Also, it seems forex is still flat while Bitcoin is somewhat risky. I really need to get these patterns implemented as soon possible to properly assess the bottoming process of risky decisions for market entry potential.

The Purpose of this Analysis

The purpose is pretty simple. As I have just introduced the latest course on ‘Python 3 for Infrastructure Algo Trading Components’, there is no reason why should not be learning this to control your ultimate destiny.

Interested in this course still? Here is the direct purchase link:

http://www.quantlabs.net/academy?wp_eStore_buy_now=48

The idea of this analysis is no different when I did a much longer process a few weeks ago. Here is that at this link:

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2018/03/deep-dive-analysis-close-100-dukascopy-trading-instrument/

A newer video has been uploaded with yesterday’s analysis which is just over an hour. It does NOT go as deep as I did on March 15. This most recent video will definitely show the shortest drill down to high potential market analysis. Always remember the asset classes have been divided up into commodity (with Bitcoin), forex, and stock indices/ETFs. I have made many past videos on this.

Daily Analysis for April 9 ONLINE Meetup event

Summary Daily Analysis for MONDAY April 9 Meetup event. All the details are listed below.

 

 

Market Analysis for April 9

Description

Market Analysis for April 9. I will do a full analysis on all markets using both Technical and Fundamental. This is for all major asset classes including forex, indices, and commodity (with Bitcoin). We can talk about best possible planning for the week. Join me live if you are interested.

Note this will also be streamed live on Youtube.com/quantlabs

 

Time

Apr 9, 2018 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

 

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Apr 9, 2018 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Market Analysis for April 9

 

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/300326730

 

Or iPhone one-tap :

US: +16465588656,,300326730# or +16699006833,,300326730#

Or Telephone:

Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 669 900 6833

Webinar ID: 300 326 730

International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/bfCl4J

Thanks Bryan

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2018/04/fed-analysis-usa-economy-outlook-april-3/

Introducing trading patterns that work 50 to 60 percent with stop loss

Introducing trading patterns that work 50 to 60 percent with stop loss

 

I can now add this to my arsenal of many charts to help accurately calculate timing for entries followed by classic virtual stop loss or trailing stop.

NOTE that I have now removed the source how to do this to maintain competitive and trading. Sorry but that is how the cookie crumble sometimes. The source was posted in my social media and blog for over day. You schmooze you lose.

I AM THE ONLY SERVICE OFFERING THESE PATTERNS NOW! JOIN MY ANALYTICS BEFORE I EITHER DOUBLE OR TRIPLE THE MONTHLY COSTS FOR MY ANALYTICS SERVICE
JOIN Now for Our Analytics Service
NOTE that I have now removed the source how to do this to maintain competitive and trading. Sorry but that is how the cookie crumble sometimes. The source was posted in my social media and blog for over day. You schmooze you lose.
Here is a repeat of what was sent out yesterday in case you missed it.

 

I must say this is a typical analytical process I intend to go through. After the scripts run against Dukascopy Jforex data, it seems the most logical place to ‘invest/trade’ is the German market index like DAX. With the US markets coming off, it seems that USA 30 is still a top pick but the charts clearly show downward momentum. Also, it seems forex is still flat while Bitcoin is somewhat risky. I really need to get these patterns implemented as soon possible to properly assess the bottoming process of risky decisions for market entry potential.

The Purpose of this Analysis

The purpose is pretty simple. As I have just introduced the latest course on ‘Python 3 for Infrastructure Algo Trading Components’, there is no reason why should not be learning this to control your ultimate destiny.

Interested in this course still? Here is the direct purchase link:

http://www.quantlabs.net/academy?wp_eStore_buy_now=48

The idea of this analysis is no different when I did a much longer process a few weeks ago. Here is that at this link:

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2018/03/deep-dive-analysis-close-100-dukascopy-trading-instrument/

A newer video has been uploaded with yesterday’s analysis which is just over an hour. It does NOT go as deep as I did on March 15. This most recent video will definitely show the shortest drill down to high potential market analysis. Always remember the asset classes have been divided up into commodity (with Bitcoin), forex, and stock indices/ETFs. I have made many past videos on this.

Daily Analysis for April 9 ONLINE Meetup event

Summary Daily Analysis for MONDAY April 9 Meetup event. All the details are listed below.

 

 

Market Analysis for April 9

Description

Market Analysis for April 9. I will do a full analysis on all markets using both Technical and Fundamental. This is for all major asset classes including forex, indices, and commodity (with Bitcoin). We can talk about best possible planning for the week. Join me live if you are interested.

Note this will also be streamed live on Youtube.com/quantlabs

 

Time

Apr 9, 2018 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

 

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Apr 9, 2018 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Market Analysis for April 9

 

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/300326730

 

Or iPhone one-tap :

US: +16465588656,,300326730# or +16699006833,,300326730#

Or Telephone:

Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 669 900 6833

Webinar ID: 300 326 730

International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/bfCl4J

Thanks Bryan

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2018/04/fed-analysis-usa-economy-outlook-april-3/

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High Profit Trades found with Candlestick Breakout Patterns

High Profit Trades found with Candlestick Breakout Patterns

Who does not like breakouts? Even in the world of automated forex trading

Join my FREE newsletter to learn more if this technique can be applied to your automated trading

 

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Combinations in C++ for trading patterns?

Combinations in C++ for trading patterns?

Here is a project you could consider to find market trading patterns in the data. Could it work?

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/4675/Combinations-in-C

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/21335/Combinations-in-C-Part

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Suri Duddella Success and failures in trading patterns 1.5 hr video

Suri Duddella Success and failures in trading patterns 1.5 hr video

Another Meetup video but this is from the god Book author of trading patterns

Get more info on Suri from his site at http://www.surinotes.com/

Get his book at: http://www.surinotes.com/tcp/bookOrder.cfm

This will be posted soon so check back soon

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Meetup update! Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Meetup update!   Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

This Meetup description has been updated from Suri at the end:

  • Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

    As I have been working on 3 various algos/indicators, I thought I would introduce you to one of the authors behind a promising pattern called Auto ABC patter recognition. Suri Duddella is considered the Godfather of Patterns since he wrote his excellent book,:

    Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pros: Specific Trading Techniques

    http://www.amazon.com/Trade-Chart-Patterns-Like-Pros/dp/1604027215

    More info on his site: http://www.surinotes.com/

    He is also creator of this ABC which can be the base of 15 of the 65 patterns highlighted in this book. I personally managed to get this pattern ported into Matlab and it also shows some interesting promises which I need to further investigate.

    From Suri:

    Success and Failure of Chart Patterns Trading

    * Chart Patterns Modeling
    * Essential Pattern Structure Components & Analysis
    * Practical Statistics of Patterns Success and Failure
    * Examples of Chart Patterns in TradeStation

     

     

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Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Monday, Jun 1, 2015, 7:00 PM

GotoMeeting Webinar online
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17 Researching Traders Went

Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABCAs I have been working on 3 various algos/indicators, I thought I would introduce you to one of the authors behind a promising pattern called Auto ABC patter recognition. Suri Duddella is considered the Godfather of Patterns since he wrote his excellent book,:Trade Chart Patterns Like the…

Check out this Meetup →

 

Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Monday, Jun 1, 2015, 7:00 PM

16 Members Went

Check out this Meetup →

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Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Monday, June 1, 2015

7:00 PM

As I have been working on 3 various algos/indicators, I thought I would introduce you to one of the authors behind a promising pattern called Auto ABC patter recognition. Suri Duddella is considered the Godfather of Patterns since he wrote his excellent book,:

Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pros: Specific Trading Techniques

http://www.amazon.com/Trade-Chart-Patterns-Like-Pros/dp/1604027215

More info on his site: http://www.surinotes.com/

He is also creator of this ABC which can be the base of 15 of the 65 patterns highlighted in this book. I personally managed to get this pattern ported into Matlab and it also shows some interesting promises which I need to further investigate.

Join my FREE newsletter to learn more about other powerful Meetups online 

Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Monday, Jun 1, 2015, 7:00 PM

GotoMeeting Webinar online
GotoMeeting Webinar online Toronto, ON

17 Researching Traders Went

Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABCAs I have been working on 3 various algos/indicators, I thought I would introduce you to one of the authors behind a promising pattern called Auto ABC patter recognition. Suri Duddella is considered the Godfather of Patterns since he wrote his excellent book,:Trade Chart Patterns Like the…

Check out this Meetup →

Suri Dudella Meetup: Trade Like a Pro with Patterns esp ABC

Monday, Jun 1, 2015, 7:00 PM

16 Members Went

Check out this Meetup →

HOW DO YOU START A PROFITABLE TRADING BUSINESS? Read more NOW >>>

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Progress of Khan Academy math learning for quant trading will have HUGE MASSIVE impact

As a month now has past, I wish I took this path years ago. I am learning math for quant trading purposes by doing it this way. So here is my status update:
Progress of Khan Academy math learning for quant trading will have HUGE impact – See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/06/progress-of-khan-academy-math-learning-for-quant-trading-will-have-huge-impact/#sthash.UGBY8uJw.dpuf

Seriously, learning this way makes you more confident, advanced trader, and seeing marketing direction and patterns you never thought were possible. That is the key difference being a TRUE profitable trader!!
I have already added link topics on algebrae, statistics, and probaility. You know, the same skills of the most profitable traders and the skills the wealthiest investors use. Oh, but they don’t even automate to make your processes work in the dozens of manual traders.
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Bryan

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What Patterns/Technologies have people used to pass Trading Data between between the service layer and GUI later?

What Patterns/Technologies have people used to pass Trading Data between between the service layer and GUI later?

To explain a bit more….Assume you a building a Basket Trading application for 20+ users. This application must be able to view the basket and its related market data in realtime and also edit the basket and market orders in realtime.
The GUI will also need to display the PandL for the whole basket.
What patterns/technologies would you use to ensure that the GUI is kept up to date and that coomands are processed by the server layer efficiently?
I have seen many different approaches to this problem, but I’m interested to see what others have done or are planning to do.
Some more specific questions are:
1) How thin/thick do you make the client?
2) What kind of IPC technology is utilised?
3) Do you have dedicated GUI ‘server’ processes?
4) How to you deal with data sets that are too big to store on the Client
Its an open question, so hopefully this will provoke some discussion!

We (the company I am working for) used Microsoft CAB once. But good/old MVC will always do. Use a good pub/sub server with throttling capabilities, it is pointless to show all (e.g.) 1000 updates per second when the human eye can handle just 24 frames per sec. Subscribe only to the relevant topics. Message processing, calculations and drawing must be handled by different threads, ideally on separate CPU cores. If charting is essential and is very intensive, use a product that knows how to use GPU (and make GPU part of the hardware requirements). GUI side storage must be used only for performance reasons (like a cache), e.g. once unsubscribed from the topic – clean the relevant storage, this also means that if GUI crashes it must be possible to completely restore the state from the server. Never subscribe to the same topic multiple times, fake it like a “smart ptr with reference counting”. Never (or at least try not to) keep amended (by the user) values in the GUI once sent to the server (there is a risk they will not rich the server or the relevant server side component (UDP), or they will be superseded by the values from another user), amended values should come from the server (as a confirmation, if everything is fine and with no concurrency). All these, obviously, mean that point 4 is a tough question. Split the volume (if possible) so that part of it can be stored on GUI, and again treat this as a cache or implement something that will tell to the GUI when to update the content (e.g. user preferences/portfolio vs. standing data). Also, if you know the volume, use memory mapped files.

A parameter you need to consider which you don’t mention the deployment environment.

1) Is this a private application running running behind a fenced network or a web application exposed on a public network?
2) Is this going to be deployed on public or private cloud?
3) What platforms are you running and supporting; Window and/or iOS and/o rLinux)?

I like GWT as a technology for web based clients and have used it successfully for several web-service based applications. It provides great scalability client-> presentation->sevice tier abstractions and allows you to develop in a single language (java; compiling it to highly optimized platform dependent java script on the client.), which makes the code base easier to maintain.

Also pay attention to evolution of your code. Not all trading GUIs need be extremely efficient because almost always, throttling makes sense (assuming the server is processing the bulk of the logic). In that case, an efficient but iterative protocol like google protobufs can work.

 

  1. Assuming you are using java platform, i think a java web start client should be a good choice IMHO, i think pure web/ajax clients are cannot keep up with fast data exchange and rich interaction with users (eg: realtime charts)

    2. I think a message oriented architecture should be ok in this case; depending on your needs you could either use message broker (for example qpid) for everything or messages ( which are obviously asyncronous) for data push and web services for basket and order editing (syncronous); data inside messages/web services should be serialized with some serializing protocol; again if you use only java, you cuold pass transparently persistent objects from db-layer to gui and the other way round quite simply, for example using Hibernate (ORM/DB persistence), Spring (general purpose framework), Gilead (syncs persistent object between client and server) and Xstream (serializing libraries). If you are multi-platform, you could use protobuf but need some extra manual-step to make object “travel” across layers.

    3. I think the server should not contain any GUI logic, but exposes a reasonable series on services (accessible via messages or web-service)

    4. Service layer should have methods that return paginated data.—

We use FrozenMountian’s WebSync product to instantly communicate between client/server (and client/client). It is hosted in IIS and has been great. I don’t work for them, just really like their product. They have a free version to try out.
http://www.frozenmountain.com/websync/–

 

• Thanks for the comments so far – great stuff
Just to scope the requirements a bit – this will be an ‘internal’ application – i.e. no external clients.
There is no limit on platform types or use of clouds, languages etc
– although I’d be interested to see if cloud computing is applicable to a high frequency application such as this!

It depends on the performance requirements (e.g. latency). For instance Amazon Queue (http://aws.amazon.com/sqs/) has a latency of 1-10s (https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?threadID=58114). Clearly no acceptable if requirements say (e.g.) 0.5s

 

 

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What Patterns/Technologies have people used to pass Trading Data between between the service layer and GUI later?

What Patterns/Technologies have people used to pass Trading Data between between the service layer and GUI later?

To explain a bit more….Assume you a building a Basket Trading application for 20+ users. This application must be able to view the basket and its related market data in realtime and also edit the basket and market orders in realtime.
The GUI will also need to display the PandL for the whole basket.
What patterns/technologies would you use to ensure that the GUI is kept up to date and that coomands are processed by the server layer efficiently?
I have seen many different approaches to this problem, but I’m interested to see what others have done or are planning to do.
Some more specific questions are:
1) How thin/thick do you make the client?
2) What kind of IPC technology is utilised?
3) Do you have dedicated GUI ‘server’ processes?
4) How to you deal with data sets that are too big to store on the Client
Its an open question, so hopefully this will provoke some discussion!

We (the company I am working for) used Microsoft CAB once. But good/old MVC will always do. Use a good pub/sub server with throttling capabilities, it is pointless to show all (e.g.) 1000 updates per second when the human eye can handle just 24 frames per sec. Subscribe only to the relevant topics. Message processing, calculations and drawing must be handled by different threads, ideally on separate CPU cores. If charting is essential and is very intensive, use a product that knows how to use GPU (and make GPU part of the hardware requirements). GUI side storage must be used only for performance reasons (like a cache), e.g. once unsubscribed from the topic – clean the relevant storage, this also means that if GUI crashes it must be possible to completely restore the state from the server. Never subscribe to the same topic multiple times, fake it like a “smart ptr with reference counting”. Never (or at least try not to) keep amended (by the user) values in the GUI once sent to the server (there is a risk they will not rich the server or the relevant server side component (UDP), or they will be superseded by the values from another user), amended values should come from the server (as a confirmation, if everything is fine and with no concurrency). All these, obviously, mean that point 4 is a tough question. Split the volume (if possible) so that part of it can be stored on GUI, and again treat this as a cache or implement something that will tell to the GUI when to update the content (e.g. user preferences/portfolio vs. standing data). Also, if you know the volume, use memory mapped files

 

HOW DO YOU START A PROFITABLE TRADING BUSINESS? Read more NOW >>>

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!