Using a Bug Tracking Software to record the plan check :D

Discussion in 'Trading' started by harrytrader, Apr 10, 2003.

  1. Finally tracking every system is very similar, so why not use a software tracking system (Here I am using one on access called buggit which is a freeware you can find easily ) hihi :D

    This will oblige to create a component approach for example each point of my (specific) system will be a component to check like the projection at 8258.77 calculated on 08/04 for 09/04 session (in real it made 8256.91 as indicated on the screen capture):

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  2. Components could also be rules and not only precision measure.
  3. oh ok, i see what you mean :p

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  4. harry you're either a genius or the best bullsh*tter i've ever seen!
  5. I think it's a waste of time IMO. You will never have a perfect system even if you record every discrepancy the way you do. Have fun anyways.
  6. CalTrader

    CalTrader Guest

    I'm not sure what your point is: Designing a rules based system which incorporates your trading system and tracks entry and exit points and their correspondennce with an implied entry or exit rule should be a goal of every trading operation. You can make this as complicated - or as simple as you want. The end goal should be some type of system that allows you to compare your logic for taking on a postiion and unwinding it, and for tracking the resulting profit or loss so that you can interatively improve your trading system. A small operation could do this simply in Access or Excel, or use one of the free or shareware solutions out in the marketplace as you suggest .... Just keep in mind that if you plan to accumulate a lot of data you will have quite a bit of work later if you need to re-organize the data into a different database structure - this is typically part of the business growth process and is not a problem as long as you establish a reserve to pay for the cost down the road ....
  7. i vote for the 2nd option. sorry harry :p
  8. No problem since you speak about what you don't know but others do :)

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  9. I have modified into version 2. Of course it is about my stuff but you could inspire for your own since the framework is rather general.

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    In version 3 I will distinguish the market model from the trading system so that strategy can be optimised regarding risk so that the Risk/Reward ratio could be much greater than 3.
  10. I am at least the best at market's conspiracy theory :D

    (excerpt from the guide)


    Rules and guidelines

    Rules are derived from the theory. Guidelines are refinements and are derived both from theory and observations.


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    "One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

    One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them"

    <a href="">- listen to Gandalf in "The Lord of the Rings" from J.R.R Tolkien :)</a>

    There is only one single rule:

    Local maxima or local minima and their DUALS (see definitions section) on a scale are important turning points for the scale and sub scales.

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    #10     Apr 12, 2003