- pillager replied Oct 12, 2011
Not sure about this. If you can save your feed as csv, you can import that in R. Just do File > Save as.. This should give you a csv. For more control you can definitely write an EA.
- pillager replied Oct 11, 2011
R is an excellent piece of software. I am not aware any free resource that would allow you to import forex data to R. Quantmod package have the capacity to import yahoo finance eod equity data. You can do the same using zoo package and read.csv ...
- pillager replied Aug 12, 2011
Razorjack, thank you for this awesome thread. Is volatility a parameter in your trade analysis? If yes, do you happen to know a reliable source that tabulates volatility for different pairs? Thanks.
- pillager replied May 10, 2011
You may want to just concentrate on one pair only. As far as I remember DS used to trade UJ only at one time. I have been following only GU for the last couple of months. Right now, it's kind of in a lull, in anticipation of the news events ...
- pillager replied Apr 18, 2011
Let me try this one. The first leg of GBP shooting upward was due to the downgrading of the gov't outlook. The second leg of GBP falling or USD gaining was due to the risk aversion in the equity markets. And finally when all the dust settled, GBP ...
- pillager replied Mar 24, 2011
Just wanted to clear my thinking here. What xxTrizzlexx is mentioning can be termed as very short term inefficiency. And what Redbaron is saying is more towards longer term mispricing. Am I thinking correctly here?
- pillager replied Feb 17, 2011
@Carnegie and relyt — Guys, I may be completely wrong here; but if you compare the chart for USD/JPY right now, the downtrend may be an underlying USD weakness. In that case, the downtrend may not be an inefficiency. Just me $0.02. Thanks.
- pillager replied Dec 15, 2010
...another "Cryptic Person" (CP ). If you are here to help, why are you giving hints? Haven't we had enough of them already throughout this forum? Show some examples for people in the dark like the rest of us.
- pillager replied Dec 10, 2010
Hi Traex, where are you watching those stops? Is it Level 2 information, oanda order book or something else? Thanks.
- pillager replied Nov 4, 2010
I agree with all of the above. Just my two cents; mark the daily open level on your M1 chart. Works wonder on some days....
- pillager replied Aug 9, 2010
Graeme, Welcome back. Last few posts again prove that what an asset your teachings are. You keep on amazing me. So glad to have you back!!! pillager.
- pillager replied Aug 8, 2010
Hi Gez, can you please share your methods in a separate thread? Like myself, I am sure that there are whole lot of traders out there who cannot commit their entire day due to their day job. Or at least give us some hints. Thanks.
- pillager replied Aug 5, 2010
This always happens to the good threads. Graeme never forced anybody to do anything. He always talked about keeping an open mind. I do not see any reason to see his trade details. He laid out his plan. Anybody can try it on demo while they are ...
- pillager replied Aug 2, 2010
Hi Graeme, here is my take on the 2nd chart. Thanks.
- pillager replied Aug 2, 2010
Hi Graeme, here is my chart as a part of the exercise. I must confess that I have used Ichimoku to draw my entries. I really don't consider ichimoku to be an indicator but rather a bunch of moving averages. Also you need to interpret a lot and take ...
- pillager replied Jul 27, 2010
Is it possible to offload the backtest /optimization and decison making part to an windows exe? At the begining a script can be run to generate the m1 bar data in a csv which can be fed to the exe for processing. Further tick count can be input into ...
- pillager replied Jul 15, 2010
Hi Graeme, This is an awesome thread that you have going. I think it is a blessing for traders who cannot watch the charts all day long. Not a single chart shown yet; but Iím following it religiously. J I have one question. Letís say EURUSD weekly ...
- pillager replied Jan 20, 2010
Thanks Tallman. Your spreadsheet has inspired me to write my own. However, I have a timer code in vba which updtaes the spreadsheet with data collected from MT through DDE. Can you please explain the chart that you have at the bottom which includes, ...
- pillager replied Dec 22, 2009
David, why did you buy gbpusd? Looking at 12/22 and 12/20, it seems to me it should be the other way. Thanks, Pillager.
- pillager replied Jun 28, 2009
I was in the same boat. I did find v3.1 in the fixed firebird thread, but no v3.1a. Also looked at the variables ayoneeyee has posted before. He mentioned the parameter "HAS_timeperiod" which is not available in v3.1. Then crt4x showed his profit ...