Month: September 2017

Model Training Update

  The model needs training. The training tools have been deeply revised. In the beginning the training was done by hand (!). Then a  simple tool interfaced the operations, still giving space to errors and inaccuracies. Now the training tool has become a complete “position manager”. I have in mind to call it R.Virgeel, but …

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SPX in Elliott’s Soup

Dazed and confused by the S&P 50? Were you sure that it was about to crash and can’t stand it is rising to the stars? Some Elliott’s Wave  analysis may help. We are riding a very long 5 that is extending. The current wave started from the minimum at 4th Nov 2016. It is now …

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Forecast Chart Legend

Target is the estimated next reversal area Stop is the estimated value that must NOT be cleared (on close) for move continuation Arrows are the visual marks for Signal and Position indicators Highs and Lows Cycles is a marker for cyclical analysis Compass is a visual “at-a-glance” summary of Position/Stamina/Signal indicators Dots on Historical data …

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New improvement

In latest days, I’ve added and checked a new improvement to the model that generates the forecasts published by spxbot.com. As you might know, the input to a neural network is usually preprocessed, for many reasons, usually to eliminate excesses in the raw data and to create a more uniform analysis environment. Even if it …

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Forecast Charts Legend

As new subscribers may find it difficult to decipher the forecast charts, here is a legend to explain the state-of-the-art of spxbot forecasts. In past posts tagged “tutorial”, you may find a more complete explanation of each A.I. proprietary indicators. This legend is linked at the bottom of each emailed chart, for your convenience.   …

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