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    Pattern finder

    On the stocks market, there are two basic informations: Price and volume.

    Both infos are plotted into a graph, and with this two informations they make lots of indicators which are intended to show where's the best buying/seeling point.

    Lately, I've been interested in prooving if they work or not. So I'm searching for a pattern finder to help me.

    I've been thinking on how to build algorithms for that too but til now, no clue. Can you suggest something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GustavoB View Post
    On the stocks market, there are two basic informations: Price and volume.

    Both infos are plotted into a graph, and with this two informations they make lots of indicators which are intended to show where's the best buying/seeling point.

    Lately, I've been interested in prooving if they work or not. So I'm searching for a pattern finder to help me.

    I've been thinking on how to build algorithms for that too but til now, no clue. Can you suggest something?
    Yes, stop wasting your time, and go read something like A Mathematician Plays The Stock Market: John Allen Paulos.

    CB
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    I bought it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBlack View Post
    Yes, stop wasting your time, and go read something like A Mathematician Plays The Stock Market: John Allen Paulos.

    CB
    I'm on the first pages of it. With your recommendation you mean that stocks market is a waste of time or that searching for patterns with mathematical apps is a waste of time?

    If you tried to say that it's better to anticipate what the average opinion expects the average opinion to be then we share the same idea.

    I wanted to know about pattern finding to make a scientific report to my university.
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    I guess I've found something helpful, i've got interest on neural networks and bought Neural network design (Hagan).

    On it's preface, it says the focused topics are pattern recognition, signal processing and control systems.
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