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FxMasterGuru

Biedrs kopš May 04, 2012  1566 ieraksti FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru) Dec 14 2013 at 12:00

VPS: $29.99/month

Robot: $500

Cornering the market in your sleep.... Priceless.
 

Please click "Vouch" if you liked my post. If not, just put me on your Blocked list. :o)
ahuruglica

Biedrs kopš Jun 28, 2013  852 ieraksti ArdiFX (ahuruglica) Dec 14 2013 at 14:11
@FxMasterGuru

Corner the market yourself. I am blocking you here cause you SPAM.

This is a discussion page not you billboard.

dgaf

Biedrs kopš Jul 02, 2013  57 ieraksti Dennis O. (dgaf) Dec 14 2013 at 16:09
I believe the Overbought/Oversold indicator(OB/OS) is more commonly used. just my opinion.

Sleep is for the weak
ahuruglica

Biedrs kopš Jun 28, 2013  852 ieraksti ArdiFX (ahuruglica) Dec 14 2013 at 22:08
Do you mean RSI indicator?

MoneyCode

Biedrs kopš Nov 01, 2013  31 ieraksti MoneyCode Dec 15 2013 at 09:29
FxMasterGuru posted:

V

Robot: $500

Cornering the.. Price...
 


 I hope your coding skills are better than your marketing skills.. Cause they sort of suck.
Turning an potential stranger into a prospect, and then into a paying client involves a lot more than spam,
In fact it doesn't involve spam at all.

dgaf

Biedrs kopš Jul 02, 2013  57 ieraksti Dennis O. (dgaf) Dec 15 2013 at 09:46
Actually forget my post above. I am still learning. @MoneyCode has helped me realize something new.

Sleep is for the weak
ahuruglica

Biedrs kopš Jun 28, 2013  852 ieraksti ArdiFX (ahuruglica) Dec 15 2013 at 10:18
@dgaf @MoneyCode

Now you are making me curious. Share knowledge please.

Paracelsus66

Biedrs kopš Feb 04, 2012  85 ieraksti Paracelsus66 Dec 15 2013 at 10:38
FxMasterGuru posted:

VPS: $29.99/month
Robot: $500
Cornering the market in your sleep.... Priceless.
 


It is me again FxMasterGuru, and I was just making a JOKE based on MasterCard's famous advertisement campaign: https://www.mastercard.com/mel/personal/en/promotions/mastercard_tv_commercials.html

Come on, guys! IT WAS A JOKE! Where is your sense of humor...?? Forex trading does not have to be always so serious. At least not on a weekend when the markets are closed. Relax!!

ahuruglica

Biedrs kopš Jun 28, 2013  852 ieraksti ArdiFX (ahuruglica) Dec 15 2013 at 11:44
Do you like to watch commercials during movies? I bet not.

MoneyCode

Biedrs kopš Nov 01, 2013  31 ieraksti MoneyCode Dec 15 2013 at 22:07
Actually I have done quite a bit of testing using stochastic oscillator. Testing with RSI in comparison with Stochastic- I found stochastic more cyclical than RSI, so I never invested much time testing RSI. Though I did read a report on a successful system that used a 200 MA, in combination with a short term RSI pull back for entries.

With stochastics, I did such things as:
Establish threshold levels, and count the number of bars contained in that level, this helped provide a quantifiable exhaustion factor. For instance, how many bars has the stochastic 50 period been riding above 70 level. I would combine different periods of Stochastics on one chart to reflect the most commonly used chart intervals, such as 60 minute chart 50 period, 15 minute chart 50 period, 5 minute chart 50 period, and convert each one to a one minute chart stochastic indicator. I've also created averages of Stochastics and averages of the threshold counters. I've tested many trading rules with stochastic based signals as primary indicators.

It taught me how the different time frame stochastic readings influence each other. It revealed the surprising exhaustion readings and helped establish for me how useful they could or couldn't be. It established averages, of which are the most common readings to occur and also the outer limits of the readings. I've also read empirical studies done with stochastic which I could confirm from my own experience were true.

They are useful and can be profitable. The problem as with any system is that to have a robust trading plan, the 'degrees of freedom' must be considered. With each indicator you add or rule you add, the less statistically significant your results become in relation to your data set size (unless you enlarge your data set to compensate for each time you add more rules). For this reason I try to limit my code, parameters and indicators to be a small as possible. Otherwise all my work would be wasted, (and that is a not a good feeling, at all..) because the over fit would certainly deteriorate the OOS results and it would likely fail in 'live' trading. So I've cut back on multiple indicators in the interest of simplicity.

I would rather put my money into a safe system, that may not shoot directly to the moon. Rather than put my money in a rocket ship that has a chance to blow up on the launch pad. Though I believe the 2007 or 2008 trading championship was one by a system that used 19 parameters, if I'm not mistaken.



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