Month: August 2020

30 Aug, 2020

Hit and miss coding

As I mentioned previously, I’m not an expert coder or programmer. I’m almost entirely self-taught, what I haven’t learned on my own I’ve learned via more experienced friends that I bug all the time. I use what I like to call “brute force” programming, that is, while I may be able to get my code […]
25 Aug, 2020

A few more random insights

As I manually gather more data for my program to digest, I come across some interesting bits that I hope will help me either be a smarter trader overall, or help me come up with new ideas to put into the program. For now, though, it’s just interesting information that fill up my brain with. […]
24 Aug, 2020

Some technical insight into my program

I haven’t explained much about what my program is actually doing (or attempting to do, rather), so I think now would be a good time to do so, if only for posterity. I’m by no means an expert programmer or stock trader; my highest hopes right now is for this to generate me some extra […]
21 Aug, 2020

Let’s try this again

Welp, let’s face facts: we’re in a recession. Sure, the markets are pretty much where they were before the Great Stay At Home Order of 2020, but let’s be real: it’s all artificially-propped up. It shouldn’t be where it is, what with unemployment at record highs and businesses closing left and right. So obviously… I […]