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General Discussion · MobeStar MOBS
yepher
msg #43251
4/28/2006 12:14:18 AM

Thanks for the info.

-- Yepher


General Discussion · ADVERTISING
yepher
msg #43241
4/27/2006 4:12:52 PM

I think it is only fair that permium accounts should not have to view advertising. I think it is fine if you want to show ads when a user is not logged in.


General Discussion · MobeStar MOBS
yepher
msg #43238
4/27/2006 1:10:34 PM

Hey,

Is anyone know about MOBS? I can only find information about it on "http://carolworld.com/stocks_lse.php?PHPSESSID=a61bc6fc5acd6a64e40449e63a79cc00".

Do you know how to convert the 115 to us $$. Is that just a direct pound to $ conversion?

-- Yepher


Filter Exchange · Filter help request
yepher
msg #43132
4/22/2006 8:25:31 PM

Fetcher[

set{delta, high - low}
set{ratio, delta / volume}
set{diff, volume - volume 1 day ago}

volume above 1000000
AND close above 1

/*
volume for the current day is greater than the volume for the previous day and
*/
AND volume above volume 1 day ago
AND add column diff
/*
the current day's (high-low) / volume is less than the previous day's (high-low) / volume
*/
AND ratio above ratio 1 day ago


]




General Discussion · Problem with making a hammer screen
yepher
msg #43080
4/20/2006 8:40:15 AM

You can also go here: http://yepher.com/stockfetcher/command.html and type hammer in the search box.

-- Yepher


General Discussion · Wall Street Research
yepher
msg #42825
4/7/2006 11:58:58 PM

heyen,

Thanks for the info. I actually was expecting a site that was called a similar name. Some one had asked me where to find "Wall Street Research Estimate". I had a bit of a hard time explaining that I rarely look at fundamental data.

I have a feeling you gave me exactly the right thing..

-- Yepher


General Discussion · Wall Street Research
yepher
msg #42809
4/7/2006 5:13:37 PM

Hey do any of you know where to find "Wall Street Research Estimates"

-- Yepher


General Discussion · tau Zweig’s Genetic Programming Engine
yepher
msg #42587
3/28/2006 9:09:42 AM

TRO,

I was not disputing that point. I agree with the philosphy that you don't have to do anything fancy to make money in the stock market.

But from markcrip's post he stated just follow trends like TIE... and make lots of money. TIE has special interest to me in that I too was trading this the first part of the year and exited the stock just before the big gap down (I would call it luck that I got out and nothing else).

On another note "fancy" is higly relative term and I am sure there are many who would believe an Exponetial Moving Average (or maybe RSI is better example :) is fancy and complex. Imagine the arguements when John Murphy first stared doing technical analysis. As you encapsulate and hide this complexity it become considered simple, tride and true. The same is possible with the more complex learning systems.

A more concrete example: Many consider face recognition and background recognition to be far to complex to have everyday usability. Check this out: http://www.riya.com/ I have tested it and it works well. It even recognized a picture of Big Ben in the background of an image and put it on the map without being told anything about the image. I personally believe similar things are possible with stocks price/volume pattern. With proper trianing a system should be able to learn that TIE is a failing trend. Maybe there is an indicator (albieit fancy in our current frame of thinking) that can tell you TIE is about to get chopped off at the knees.

My $.02
-- Yepher





General Discussion · tau Zweig’s Genetic Programming Engine
yepher
msg #42584
3/28/2006 8:26:23 AM

ham1198,

Incase you have not already done it you can search this forum for "TAU" and see the discussions he started here and what the results were.

I personally disagreed with his results. He and I sent some emails back and forth for a while and I think he too did not agree that his test supported his claims.

markcrisp,

I understand your point about following the trends and agree with it. That is a fine way to make money. But I must say I completly disagree with a statment like "...complete waste of time.." in relation to research new techniques for market prediction (which is the same thing you are doing with trend following by the way). I feel there is much research and discover still to do in the field of computational finance. We have only scratched the surface of what is possible. I also have high hopes for genetic algorythmns, Hidden Markov Models, and the like.

I am now stepping down off soap box ;)
-- Yepher



General Discussion · If your at JavaOne
yepher
msg #42404
3/23/2006 10:34:42 PM

TRO,

I will try and get you one :)

-- Yepher


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