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General Discussion · Stockfetcher errors in company identification
cocky_pusher
msg #37657
8/26/2005 2:14:44 PM

I have seen those errors too !


General Discussion · Financial Genetic Programming in stockfetcher code
cocky_pusher
msg #37656
8/26/2005 2:06:30 PM

Thanx Yepher for your comments, Iīll check them out. To Koronbock, mrbobolina and the others that did find the page somehow convoluted. There is now a FGP in a nutshell page to help people out. Hope it is not as convoluted as the rest of the page for that matter. Just remember that I am not imposing any trading system, neither selling one and much less criticizing those who donít like it. Just sharing utter financial algorithms information.

Yepher talking about Markov, you know, a teacher I had wouldnít stop telling me about him, but you know I kind of prefer the empirical knowledge found in GP than theoretical melodrama. Never disregarding Markovís theories. There are so many things one could use to create tactics the subject is just overwhelming.



General Discussion · Financial Genetic Programming in stockfetcher code
cocky_pusher
msg #37636
8/25/2005 1:16:02 PM

As requested Ö please visit again.


General Discussion · Financial Genetic Programming in stockfetcher code
cocky_pusher
msg #37620
8/24/2005 3:25:53 PM

Now the Financial Genetic Programming Engine described in this site http://www.tau-zweig.com has gone thru some transformations to be able to deliver results written in StockFetcher code.





General Discussion · Fundamentals vs Technicals
cocky_pusher
msg #37329
8/5/2005 2:57:47 PM

You donít really understand the market until you realize that price is the only fundamental variable.

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General Discussion · chart peoples !
cocky_pusher
msg #37159
7/29/2005 1:43:50 PM

What I understand horsas is talking about is a bear spread.

Example: GOOG @ 289

Buy put Aug 05 strike price 300 @13.6 GGDTT.X
Sell put Aug 05 strike price 310 @22.0 GGDTB.X

If GOOG ends up running as it has done lately and ends above 310 by Aug 19 2005 profit will be:

300 strike price put is worthless so you lose 13.6 but you keep 22 from GGDTB.X
Total profit: 22.0 - 13.6 = 8.4

The risk involved is that you will not make money if the stock doesnít rise. But analyze this; if you buy GOOG @289 and sell @310 where it must end in order to profit you make 21.0 and 21 > 8.4 !!!!!



General Discussion · chart peoples !
cocky_pusher
msg #37108
7/27/2005 3:05:12 PM

Hrosas, let me tell you your opinion on goog is a very good one. I missed some of the action on qcom back in 1998 because I was playing with the price patterns, and I know what it feels to miss a 10 bagger and to ride one. I totally agree with your bullish comments on goog, but I wouldnít buy right now.

By the way the put spread info is also very good, thanks for your comments.




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General Discussion · How to use ROI . . .
cocky_pusher
msg #36868
7/12/2005 12:29:05 PM

Are these instructions ready to be copy pasted?

set{price30,MA(30)}
set{vol30,average volume(30)}
set{AvDollTradVol30,price30*vol30}

and AvDollTradVol30 > 500000




General Discussion · Genetic Programming to find out the best filters possible
cocky_pusher
msg #36794
7/8/2005 4:10:20 PM

The win/loss ratio is how many stocks in the NASDAQ 100 where the filter did perform did the filter make money instead of loosing.
86 of the 100 in 14 using that particular algorithm it did not make money. But the times it did can be read in the ACCURACY result.

I really think that Holygrail uses rsi2 in a different way, which my program could not find because it does not compare variables to constants so rsi(2) ( variable ) < 1 ( constant ) canít arise as a solution in the process of my program.



General Discussion · Genetic Programming to find out the best filters possible
cocky_pusher
msg #36778
7/7/2005 6:02:49 PM

Performed a simulation introducing rsi(2) into the variables, and another using rsi(2) only, the results are here:

http://www.tau-zweig.com/rsi2.html



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