On this thread: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178009
I will post template soon.
Thank you so much! You are so helpful! This is a pleasure to work with you in developing this system to the new level where it would be even simpler to trade.
got an error in expert, need "Linear Regresssion Line2.ex4". where can i found this? thx.
Sorry. My mistake.
Download the updated template on prev post.
Fantastic trading system
I have been testing this system of yours linuxser for a week now and it is absolutely fantastic.
I think I was closing my trades early (when slope changed direction). Out of 10 trades, averaging approx 40 pips per trade, it has returned 100% success thus far.
I'm now going to try using your system as a signal to enter the trade, 1 hour window and always follow the linear curve trend (strong trends only) to see if I can still maintain high success with a greater pip gain.
I will post my results here for everyone.
I have been using on a demo account to date, however I have faith in the system to use it on my live account.
Anyway I wanted to thank you linuxser, igorad, newdigital and the rest of you for sharing this fantastic system, building the indicators and fine tuning this system into a great system.
Joining this website as an elite member was the best money I ever spend and I can't wait to put back into this community the results of this system over the comming weeks.
Thankyou guys, you all amaze me with your trading and programming skills and eagerness to share ideas with the community. You all should be commended! :-)
Results have been fair using this system. I did have a few "blowouts"when I left the trade "following the trendline and hoping the trade would come into line with it over time"
This system is best to be used per linuxser's original suggestions, keeping an eye on the trade, and closing when you have approx 20-40 pips (or whatever).
Data Science and Machine Learning (Part 01): Linear Regression - the article
Linear Regression is a Predictive model that is used to find the linear relationship between a dependent variable and one or more independent variables ..
Data Science and Machine Learning (Part 02): Logistic Regression - the article
Unlike Linear Regression that we discussed in part 01, Logistic Regression is a classification method based on linear regression.
Data Science and Machine Learning part 03: Matrix Regressions
If you paid attention to the previous two articles you'll notice the big issue I had is programming models that could handle more independent variables, by this I mean dynamically handle more inputs because when it comes to creating strategies we are going to deal with hundreds of data, so we want to be sure that our models can cope with this demand.
Please enable the necessary setting in your browser, otherwise you will not be able to log in.