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Thrust of argument: My algorithm maths has finally taken another step forwards, which is grand news. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: The step I took involved using one of two further dimensions I haven't managed until now to get to increase the profitability of my main algorithm.

 

 

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Removal of resistance: So there remains a dimension which has not managed to yield any step forward in tests on forex, even though that dimension is crucial in algorithms for the FTSE and Dax and no doubt others. That was how I discovered that particular dimension's potential role in the first place. But still not found a way to use it to increase the forex algorithm's performance. However a further dimension, which had always been one I'd tried testing, finally yielded an ace result - I just happened to try out the correct idea for using it. Unification: Naturally you cannot possibly work out what the algorithm is from the numbers in the image, only I know what they mean. Almost each number is actually also a dimension, because each number provides rules for determining the trigger and each is a measure of some aspect of something, across a variety of dimensions.
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This algorithm was suddenly discovered by me yesterday, or rather I suddenly tried the idea which led to it, and other new working additions to my algo collection:

Image shows performance of algo across every single opportunity from morning to early evening from January 1st 2004 to December 31st 2018, ie 15 years inclusive, with a minimum required budget of 100 pounds at the start, but you could manage it on 50 to 80 quite easily, with a bit of luck - however to be 'safe as houses' you would definitely use 100, and in reality I would compound it in blocks of 200 pounds, ie I'd really start at a 200 pound budget trading at the rate you see above for 100, and then I'd increase the trading size every time the budget increased by 200, increasing it by adding the original amount on top again, each time it increases by 200.

 

 

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I'll take your brain to another dimension. Pay close attention.

My algorithm maths has finally taken another step forwards, which is grand news.

The step I took involved using one of two further dimensions I haven't managed until now to get to increase the profitability of my main algorithm.

So there remains a dimension which has not managed to yield any step forward in tests on forex, even though that dimension is crucial in algorithms for the FTSE and Dax and no doubt others. That was how I discovered that particular dimension's potential role in the first place. But still not found a way to use it to increase the forex algorithm's performance. However a further dimension, which had always been one I'd tried testing, finally yielded an ace result - I just happened to try out the correct idea for using it.

Naturally you cannot possibly work out what the algorithm is from the numbers in the image, only I know what they mean. Almost each number is actually also a dimension, because each number provides rules for determining the trigger and each is a measure of some aspect of something, across a variety of dimensions.



This algorithm was suddenly discovered by me yesterday, or rather I suddenly tried the idea which led to it, and other new working additions to my algo collection:

Image shows performance of algo across every single opportunity from morning to early evening from January 1st 2004 to December 31st 2018, ie 15 years inclusive, with a minimum required budget of 100 pounds at the start, but you could manage it on 50 to 80 quite easily, with a bit of luck - however to be 'safe as houses' you would definitely use 100, and in reality I would compound it in blocks of 200 pounds, ie I'd really start at a 200 pound budget trading at the rate you see above for 100, and then I'd increase the trading size every time the budget increased by 200, increasing it by adding the original amount on top again, each time it increases by 200.