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I think there is a very good chance that the DJIA will have an up day
Which the neural network will learn from.

10/3/2020 Should be UP!
we will see tomorrow morning : tech/a magic ball vs the algorithm.
 
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Good morning/afternoon/evening everybody from around the world.

I thank you for these some days in this forum exchanging with you.
My purpose on this forum was to show that another way to think may have interest, something like a proof of concept, nothing else.
I hope it will be interesting for you as it was for me.
This took me a lot of time, and some stress.
May be I can get off 2 teachings (tha I really knew them a long time ago), for me at least.
1st one: trading is sad.
2nd one if you want to invest buy stocks, put them in the drawer, and go fishing, painting...

The forecasts continue only on my website.
Good luck folks.
 
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2nd one if you want to invest buy stocks, put them in the drawer, and go fishing, painting...

@jmbonni, thank you for a stimulating thread, I’ve enjoyed the interaction.

We differ in our game plan.
It’s often quoted “you can’t time the markets - it’s all about time in the markets” similar to the views you have expressed. Critics of “market timing” contend that it is nearly impossible to time the market successfully compared to staying fully invested over the same period.

Staying fully invested
I personally don’t subscribe to this style of trading.

Timing the market
Being a systems trader, trading a mechanical trend trading strategy IMHO has it’s advantages of probabilities over the “Buy & Hold” Strategy. Mechanical system traders buy & sell positions based on price fluctuations. If we can successfully predict when a position will go up we can turn that move into a profit - Well that’s the plan.

Skate.
 

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@tech/a magic ball won today

Common sense won today.

This took me a lot of time, and some stress.

Trading/Investing/Research/presenting and Chatting ---Shouldn't be stressful.

May be I can get off 2 teachings (that I really knew them a long time ago), for me at least.
1st one: trading is sad.
2nd one if you want to invest buy stocks, put them in the drawer, and go fishing, painting...

Really strange things to say when you are developing or have developed a Data learning program.

The forecasts continue only on my website.
If you simply publishing a forecast---why.

FYI
I come from a Similar place in that Im working with people who I pay to develop some very exciting
analysis tools.Been going on 5 years now and there is an absolute wealth of amazing information already
accumulated in Uqant. These people are very highly qualified.
It has been me that has held back release for the following reasons.

I know what they are working on and involved with outside of Uqant.
I dont want a half arsed release (Nor do they) where by they dont have time to be pro active in the
products.
The learning process while designed/tested and presented by experts in many fields is designed so that
you and me the general public can understand, Learn and Use.
There needs to be a plethora of on going information that is unique and sort after.

There is information out there so I understand --- but what Im seeing is nothing like it is/should be.
 
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Before I hit the Slumber King for the night just checked to see how the DOW on Wally Street is faring in the early hour since opening. Looking particularly healthy, which might or could and perhaps should indicate that the follow the leader ASX may have a good day tomorrow.
 
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Just checked in on Wally Street, appears to have the Snakes and Ladder syndromeat the moment. Almost sqaure with Friday's close.
So for tomorrow, anyone's guess what the follow the leader, the ASX will do.
The grass here on the paddocks is green, and growing, so I will take that to be a positive omen.
 
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The grass here on the paddocks is green, and growing, so I will take that to be a positive omen.
only if you have livestock or a lawn-mowing business ( the nut-jobs up here will be screaming bush-fire danger )

let's see if the ASX spikes green early on and then settles as it looks for real direction
 
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only if you have livestock or a lawn-mowing business ( the nut-jobs up here will be screaming bush-fire danger )

let's see if the ASX spikes green early on and then settles as it looks for real direction
Not lawn-mowing business but cattle to mow the grass down.
DOW closed moderately higher so am now waiting with bated breath to see what our lot will do at opening and after.
 
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Not lawn-mowing business but cattle to mow the grass down.
DOW closed moderately higher so am now waiting with bated breath to see what our lot will do at opening and after.
me , also am still trying to some withdraw cash from the market currently
 
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As I wind down my evening I had a quick squiz at the DOW and others a few minutes ago. Though early in proceedings green at this stage is the favourite colour.
I just hope that the investing god's are kind and get the ASX up and running again.
 
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i notice the ASX SPI futures are very green still , now i know Investing.com isn't a great predictor of the ASX openings but a green spike near the open , might help me out while i am still reducing the portfolio
 
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i notice the ASX SPI futures are very green still , now i know Investing.com isn't a great predictor of the ASX openings but a green spike near the open , might help me out while i am still reducing the portfolio
Mr Divs good evening to you Sir. It's a bit like the chocolate wheel or Wheel of Fortune. If it stops on your number you're the winner. Good luck with the downsizing.
 
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