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1. ### Old School System Developer

Reminds me of Linda Raschke's Turtle Soup...
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jan 11, 2011 in forum: Trading
2. ### Consistently Profitable Traders - Going Red to Black

I'm on my summer vacation. Will go back to hiatus sometime soon.
Post by: TSGannGalt, Aug 20, 2010 in forum: Professional Trading
3. ### Consistently Profitable Traders - Going Red to Black

I've got plenty of shit I have to learn and regardless of my lack of skills, some of you guys need to study a bit more......
Post by: TSGannGalt, Aug 17, 2010 in forum: Professional Trading
4. ### Developing a profitable system(infrastructure) on a (pseudo-)random data

Kewl. Odds Algo. / Optimal Stopping. This stuff is new to me... I never knew they had an official name of "some" of the stuff I did......
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jul 9, 2010 in forum: Data Sets and Feeds
5. ### Developing a profitable system(infrastructure) on a (pseudo-)random data

I get 50% if increase the sample size and spin.... Are you trying to get into some Bayesian stuff? Or is this some simplified... Ito...
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jul 8, 2010 in forum: Data Sets and Feeds
6. ### Developing a profitable system(infrastructure) on a (pseudo-)random data

For some of the newbs who keep on emphasizing on random = useless... I keep on mentioning (pseudo-) with random because depending on how you...
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jul 8, 2010 in forum: Data Sets and Feeds
7. ### Developing a profitable system(infrastructure) on a (pseudo-)random data

Can you clarify your 2nd rule? What do you mean by "High"? if (C > R) { Rand() > 0.666 ? y = "High" : y = ???? }
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jul 8, 2010 in forum: Data Sets and Feeds
8. ### Developing a profitable system(infrastructure) on a (pseudo-)random data

Quick reply... Random entries and random datas are 2 different things. Random Data is "Similar" to saying that you're dealing with a...
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jul 8, 2010 in forum: Data Sets and Feeds
9. ### Developing a profitable system(infrastructure) on a (pseudo-)random data

Few Random Data 101 stuff... http://www.zoology.ubc.ca/~rikblok/lib/blok00b.pdf...
Post by: TSGannGalt, Jul 7, 2010 in forum: Data Sets and Feeds
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