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Debating on Elite Membership; Need Indicators Coded in C++

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Johnstown, PA
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Dan, thanks for your post and feedback. I should have also given more of my background and experience, as well as other issues I am interested in, but I did not want to make the first post too long. I have a background as an institutional fixed income portfolio/mutual fund manager/muni bond trader for 15+ years and have a Masters in Financial Engineering. I also spent a couple of years at the CBOT dabbling in options trading before attempting to develop a systematic futures trading program.

I have came up with a discretionary system that I can paper trade for profits everyday, but when it comes to my real account, I vastly underperform. I need to get over the mental block there and would be looking for help to overcome it. While I have tried to automate this system and have not been able to, there are other areas I would like to explore such as deep neural networks that I feel have real possibilities of profitable automation and would be willing to collaborate with others in this area, in addition to sharing any of my other experience and knowledge with those on the board.

It would be nice to be able to take a sneak peak at the Elite board like you can do with the books at Amazon; look at the Table of Contents and some sample pages from throughout to determine if the book is at the level or the topic you are looking for before you purchase. I have been at other boards such as the proprietary one for Neuroshell users, the quant-based Nuclear Phynance and other trading boards. Some are dead, others have gone from useful discussions to members just arguing with each other. The $100 isn't that big a deal, I'm just trying to get an idea if the board is the "right fit".

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