In several posts I’ve read about vanished indicators caused by crashed hard disks or other events. Make sure to protect your work against loss, it’s just a few minutes per day.
The following backup software is free for private use and can easily be configured for your personal needs – I use it on a daily basis:
Highly recommended! All you need to provide is some external storage device like a USB hard disk and then configure the folders to be copied.
If somebody is interested in the term LATIS (Learning Adaptive Technical Indicator System), you might want to have a closer look at the paper ‘Computational Intelligence for Analysis Concerning Financial Modelling and the Adaptive Market Hypothesis.‘ by Matthew Butler.
Please note that this is a Ph.D. thesis, so please do not expect to find some ready-to-use MT4 indicators, but a considerable dose of math instead.
I did not check the contents in depth, just posting here for those who are able and willing to dig really deeper. On the other hand, I do not expect this paper to present some fast track to trading success.
Great link. Thanks a lot!
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This looks really interesting – thanks a lot for that link, @xux99 !
Nice little article, well worth reading!
From their ‘About‘ page:
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An interesting paper: Cointegration Analysis of Financial Time Series Data
Haven’t read it in detail yet, but looks promising (especially for our R specialists).
For those not only interested in coloured technical signals on a chart, but also in fundamentals driving economies and thus currency values:
Another one: Free Textbook List
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