Do you trade or have you ever traded “Boom” and “Crash”? - page 3

Fernando Carreiro  
Tiofelo Teles #: You are not wrong, for sure the bars are not the same size. Analyzing the structure, I could also notice that there are gaps, however very small.

Why do you expect the bars to be of the same size?

The gaps are to be expected, given that a spike or drop can happen at the opening of a bar too, and can be large.

I don’t see any of this as being unforeseen, given the nature of these symbol.

You should look at them as being "mathematical" in nature, and not as the other normal symbols.

Enrique Dangeroux  
Fernando Carreiro #:
  1. There is more than one broker, but they are related.
  2. The other side is taken by the broker. In other words, it's a dealing-desk situation.

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In this case, it is not sustainable. If you clear out the house, the house will stop you. 

Different field, same priciple: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDTwP6SBx4&ab_channel=ShaneHuang

First few minutes and from 11:55. The rest is about the basic workings of arbitrage betting.

Fernando Carreiro  

Enrique Dangeroux #: In this case, it is not sustainable. If you clear out the house, the house will stop you. Different field, same priciple: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDTwP6SBx4&ab_channel=ShaneHuang

First few minutes and from 11:55. The rest is about the basic workings of arbitrage betting.

I still don't know enough about these symbols to be able to argue your point. You may be correct, but the broker may simply be making a profit from the spread and/or from the larger percentage of traders losing money instead of gaining a profit.

They are obviously aware of the mathematics of how the symbols are generated, and just like a casino, they have the edge with that knowledge. Even if there is a percentage of traders that can beat that edge, there are also a great many traders that cannot.

Prosper Okorie  
From my experiences and observations trading Boom & Crash (I call it B&C) can be awesome for a fully technical Trader. But, scalping with it can be dangerous (it's a win and lose).
Tiofelo Da Olga Gilbert Teles  
Fernando Carreiro #:

Why do you expect the bars to be of the same size?

The gaps are to be expected, given that a spike or drop can happen at the opening of a bar too, and can be large.

I don’t see any of this as being unforeseen, given the nature of these symbol.

You should look at them as being "mathematical" in nature, and not as the other normal symbols.

1.I don't expect the bars to be the same size as I can see they are not.

2.In this case, do I have to apply "mathematical analysis" (theorems, laws, ...) to do analysis and later trade?

Fernando Carreiro  
Tiofelo Teles #: 2.In this case, do I have to apply "mathematical analysis" (theorems, laws, ...) to do analysis and later trade?

So far, that has been my observations. At the moment there is not enough trading going on to be able to influence the symbols behaviour. It is still mostly governed by its underlaying statistical nature.

So, any kind of "logic" based on human bias on trading or psychological tendencies, or "big money", that one sees on symbols that are heavily traded, such as "support & resistance", "accumulation and distribution", etc., will most likely have little success. At least not at the moment when there is still not enough traders to be able to influence and "move" the the quote prices based on their trading volume.

That has been my observation so far based on Boom 300, so I would expect a similar behaviour on the others.

Fernando Carreiro  
Amos Tsopotsa #: There is need to know, how to create trading systems based on standard deviations and statistics ,since their asset classes are based on ...

Did I not request for no one to mention or discuss the brokers by name?

Did I also not request that no EAs or such be discussed if not open source?

Please be so kind as to delete your post, as most of it is not even related to the topic on hand.

EDIT: I'm doing my best to keep this thread clean and not violate any forum rules, but your post is making it difficult for the moderators to not end up deleting it.

Amos Tsopotsa  
Fernando Carreiro #:

Did I not request for no one to mention or discuss the brokers by name?

Did I also not request that no EAs or such be discussed if not open source?

Please be so kind as to delete your post, as most of it is not even related to the topic on hand.

EDIT: I'm doing my best to keep this thread clean and not violate any forum rules, but your post is making it difficult for the moderators to not end up deleting it.

thank you deleted i will also attach my source code around the idea after having tested the AC indicator 

Fernando Carreiro  
Amos Tsopotsa #:thank you deleted i will also attach my source code around the idea after having tested the AC indicator 

Thank your for your understanding!