Category: Trading

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How traders can compete with computers? Can we?

Can traders compete with computers?
The question is how much traders outside of the large funds will be able to compete with a computer that has the decision-making process of the best traders encoded and places positions in hundreds of markets simultaneously I leave open. I don’t think it’s that hard to answer.

Artificial IntelligenceTrading

The future of Alternative Intelligence in trading

Ultimately, Super AI will be created, which will collect data on its own, analyze them and make investment decisions. I will anticipate a possible question – the AI I have in mind will work like an excellent trader, the best of the best in the field.

Trading psychology: market loss
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[Full] Suicide due to heavy market losses – the story that wasn’t there

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why traders should train others
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8 good reasons why traders should train others

This article is the result of a conversation I had with a trader whom I like and respect. He didn’t like Linda Bradford Raschke’s new training. Similar arguments often come up in conversations – “why is Linda training when she can make (more) money in the markets?”
As it turns out, there are at least eight good reasons why good traders should train.

AI Revolution New City Trader
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The most important problems that lead to losses on the market and how to deal with them

– “I suffered a series of severe losses, and to this day, I still can’t get it together.” In this quote, my investor friend described a difficult period he was going through. Life events had made him more stressed than usual, and, to make matters worse, a series of losses had occurred. As a result, he was unable to return to the market. Instead, he sat in front of the computer, looked at the signals, and could not open a trade.