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Old 19th February 2012, 06:42 PM
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Is it a mandatory for one to have a system with 1 TB memory and with 8 GB RAM for this program to be executed?

And once again thanks a lot for starting another good thread, no doubts it will be fully active..
Ya bro
Only exe file for system is of 1.2gb
So when it installs it needs space of more than 8gb
It needs 1sec data of all nse scrips that counts to around 800mb
Now for 1 year is lets say 200 trading days thats 160 gb
But this duffer leaves vacant spaces for holidays as well
So needs 80 gb more
Now when it starts processing then for each day it starts processing from that day last year
As this is my logic
N scans every sec of every stock
With above mentioned cofiguration it took around 3 hours to give results
I started at 9 aound n ended around 12


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Old 19th February 2012, 07:08 PM
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Basic logic is totally based on maths
Thats probability distribution of peaks
If u see then in trigger also i used peak function of amibroker
Now rather trading in single stock n drawing its pattern
I started limited 113 peak patterns n founded probability of happening of peak in most recent time in future in a stock
N selected highest probability stocks
Rest lets see on tuesday what happens
This system copies data internally many times to find probability
So at any time during processing more than 600 gb space is used up
Since childhood i m a big fan of sir W D Gann as he developed a new look to see stock prices
Now wn i started tradin i saw some stocks jumpin to upper circuit without any news
This is my just a step to identify such stocks
As maths says there is always some logic for such moments
So i turned my face towards bayes who's genius of probability
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Old 19th February 2012, 08:25 PM
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Buy=EMA(C,13)>EMA(EMA(C,13),9) AND Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1));
A.
Khushi, for the benefit of those of us who don't use Amibroker (and also those who aren't too good in maths ), can you please explain the above ??

Lemme guess -
1) EMA(C,13) means EMA of 13 periods using the Closing price ..
2) EMA(EMA(C,13),9) means EMA of 9 periods of 1) above
3) Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1)) means the closing value of crossover of 1) & 2) above.
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Is the equation saying (confused about the use of AND)
Buy = {EMA(C,13)>EMA(EMA(C,13),9)} AND {Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1))}
or is it saying :
Buy= { EMA(C,13) } > { EMA(EMA(C,13),9) AND Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1)) }
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hi Kushi

yes just as timepass describe in his article, could you ellaborate the signal for making entries in chart as well, i do not have amibroker etc. just basic chart thats it, will this thread will be helpful to those who have amibroker or to all, pls clarify

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A.
Khushi, for the benefit of those of us who don't use Amibroker (and also those who aren't too good in maths ), can you please explain the above ??

Lemme guess -
1) EMA(C,13) means EMA of 13 periods using the Closing price ..
2) EMA(EMA(C,13),9) means EMA of 9 periods of 1) above
3) Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1)) means the closing value of crossover of 1) & 2) above.
find ema of close price for 13 periods then again find ema of this ema for 9 periods
Peak(C,2,1) will return most recent peak

B.

Is the equation saying (confused about the use of AND)
Buy = {EMA(C,13)>EMA(EMA(C,13),9)} AND {Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1))}
right

or is it saying :
Buy= { EMA(C,13) } > { EMA(EMA(C,13),9) AND Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1)) }
wrong
plz check blue
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Khushi, for the benefit of those of us who don't use Amibroker (and also those who aren't too good in maths ), can you please explain the above ??
Which platform u use for charts?
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What does Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1)) imply ??

The closing > the peak

or

The peak > the closing ??
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What does Cross (C,Peak(C,2,1)) imply ??

The closing > the peak

or

The peak > the closing ??
We r buying na so close must cross recent peak in up direction
u can use own buying criteria also
else if u dont want to use charts then u can find level to buy through trend Decider
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