Wednesday, November 4, 2009
You may have noticed that I'm kind of a nut for math. The above chart shows the "Time Series Forecast" provided in the standard TOS studies. I wish I know the formula for this as it seems to give similar signals as MoneySpy. The sub-chart "Time Series Volume" is something else I'm working on. It's still kinda raw, and I did not intend to show it, but I don't feel like redoing the screen capture. As you can see, it's got some interesting patterns that may be useful as a co-indicator with MoneySpy.
I'm not sure how I will do this but MoneySpy may be a good algorithm to incorporate into other indicators like the MACD. Just an idea I'm tossing around
Anyhow I just thought I would show the "Time Series Forecast" provided in the standard TOS studies as I've never seen anyone else present it and it does appears to be worthy attention.
It's still a bit up in the air ,but I believe we will be down hard tomorrow. If we still have further up side to work through I'm confident that short positions will eventually pay off within the week..
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Posted by Robert Campbell at 22:34