Month: September 2020

17 Sep, 2020

Hoping for live trading soon!

I’ve been working on my code like a dog this whole time and have made some major progress recently. One major change is to the “decision making” part of the code, the one that decides whether or not to execute a trade. Before, it was a large series of “triggers”, a bunch of if/else statements […]
6 Sep, 2020

“Unaccounted For” and the Lack of Logic in the Market

Last week highlights one of the big problems with combining swing trading and computers; sudden, “unaccounted for” changes, i.e. “corrections”. There’s no way to predict how people will react to news, across the board. Sure, if a company posts earnings above expectations, the stock will go up. If politics sour between the US and China, […]