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  Possible to visualize more?
Posted by: emjayar - 08-20-2019, 01:04 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Hi there,

Is it possible with the backtesting to add more graphs (e.g., indicator output) to the result window? Currently I only see the closing price plotted there, but it would be very helpful to superimpose other information on that graph.

Thanks!


  beating the market
Posted by: PGTART - 08-19-2019, 10:07 PM - Forum: Strategy Development - No Replies

hi guys/girls,

i was kinda wondering. essentially trading is the gamble for the next candle.
And beisdes the all the wisdom, i've not yet seen a good NN aprouch to it.
(kinda sad i'm good at python but not at JS, to create a neural net).

but anyway, there is also lots of smartguystalking their great ideas, (and hoping you buy a course of them).
I came to think eventually its more like beating the odds.

For example now i got some math that just makes 40%, that's not beating the market but at least its positive.
(some chaikin oscilator rules, and ema patterns)
It does trade, but it also takes long waiting peridods, often missing lots opurtunities whitin the waits.
Overall it trades safe, but not beating the market this way.
Though it made me wonder, since its not dealing all the time, and its missing wait moments.
Might it be that a colections of math formula's, who seek ideal buy-in /sell-out moments be the best idea about trading.
Just make sure none of the colection-rule-ideas would trade too often, but all have a reasonable chance one of them would trigger.
 

i wonder if people have folowed this path.


  New arbitrage cryptocurrency bot
Posted by: Robin banks - 08-15-2019, 11:19 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Hi I’m just wondering has anyone  heard of of **Jubilee Ace?** It is the most advanced arbitrage bot out there. No need to do arbitrage over different exchanges, they do it all within Binance. 

Anyone interested can join our discord sever!!

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  How to import market
Posted by: Silent_G - 08-09-2019, 05:53 PM - Forum: Technical Discussion - No Replies

I'm new to this and just want some data to backtest some strategies. When I go to the backtest tab, I click the "Scan available data" button, this brings me to the importer tab, all well and good. But when trying to start a new import under market is completely blank, no drop downs, nothing. I didn't seem to do anything wrong in the install too can anyone help?


Question newbie set start fund and altering funds
Posted by: PGTART - 08-08-2019, 09:25 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

I've been testing out various strategies, and now i am wondering.
I'm at some strange fund level now, and its not realistic anymore.
Where can i set the fund back to 100 dollar or any number i provide ?.

If i would like to withdrawl some cash cash from it, say i would like to get 50 dollar back from the balance (not use it for trading anymore).
How do i tell that to gekko ?


  indicator evaluation
Posted by: rengel - 08-05-2019, 03:29 PM - Forum: Technical Discussion - No Replies

There is this special directory I heard of from certain topics on GitHub, which is about the evaluation of indicators ..\test\indicators\

I don't know how to execute the files there. How are they used/executed?

Quote:ReferenceError: describe is not defined

I would like to replicate this for other indicators, since the comparison against tulip or thelike is a good starting point, but it is nicer to reference precalculated values for other technical indicators.

Thanks in advance..
rengel


  Quick example of how to implement NATR in a strategy.
Posted by: MrBird - 08-05-2019, 12:59 AM - Forum: Guides - No Replies

Can anybody post a quick code example of how this indicators is coded in a strategy?


  What to do for bitstamp support
Posted by: Dim83fr - 08-04-2019, 12:02 PM - Forum: Bitstamp - No Replies

Hi,

Can you explain what have to be done for bitstamp support. I'm ready to help, but I need a "to do/to check" list. 
New gekko structure, new gekko API, new bitstamp api, Key management modifications, ... ?
Thank you


  Every time
Posted by: pudly - 08-03-2019, 09:08 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

I always get this when trying to NPM the exchange. I can never get past his point when installing gekko on Win 64 machine.



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