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A question to all the math geniuses out there and all the computer programming whizzes out there. Let's say that I want to pull up a 5 minute chart or a 15 minute chart. But I want to see this chart on this time frame in full for half a year. In either 5 minute or 15 minute time frame. In full, in full continuity,

How to do this? I COULD line up the largest HD TV's in a row and put charts up. But how to get a five minute or 15 minute chart in it's full continuity for six months.

How would or could a person do this?

This would involve chart dimensions and screen dimensions. Might have to go to the movie theatre level screen on this one?

This would require a very wide screen.

Any one have any answers or suggestions as to how to do this?

I think what's at hand would be chart dimensions and screen dimensions.

Who knows how to do this? Christ, I come from a biology background, if they were able to figure out DNA in the 40's, I am sure someone can figure this out. How to get a five minute chart up over six months in its entirety. No scrolling allowed.

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Going to need a few big monitors I think.

Lets say you have a 1920x1080 monitor, if you made the 5min bars only 1 pixel wide you would still only fit ~7 days on the screen (for 24hr sessions).

I should add, a 4k monitor would double that.


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The question is as serious as setting up a 1:1 copy of the Eiffel Tower in your living room.

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You need a 2,500 inch ultra-widescreen monitor.

And think about the resolution and the graphics adapter as well.

After that you should trim your head and add another 125 eyes to watch it.

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I come from a biology background, if they were able to figure out DNA in the 40's, I am sure someone can figure this out. How to get a five minute chart up over six months in its entirety. No scrolling allowed.

To put it in your biological context:
Judging 6 months of market behavior by 5 min bars is just as futile as deducing an
elephant from the shape of the sole of its left foot.

But no need to worry.
You are just entering the next stage of a beginner's quest for the holy grail.

Typical stages are e.g.

- spinning the wheel, i.e. blind gambling just as your mood changes
- imitation of old sagas, fables and success stories (which one surprisingly can't reproduce)
- diagonal trading, i.e. hopping from method to method and asset to asset as soon as losses appear
- doubling the technical input (more CPU power, more monitors, more indicators, more brute force
to catch every tick of every market) each time you completely lose direction (called NASA stage
because the workplaces of these adepts typically look like space center control rooms)

I know from my own experience how hard this is to accept for beginners, but if you want to save
a lot of time and money, try the futures.io (formerly BMT) webinar links that @Big Mike, @Fat Tails and others suggested
to you on your other posts. Your chances to get a viable viewpoint are much better then than by
examining the latest indicator or last October's 15min, 5min or even ticks. These bars are today
what they were back then: mostly just plain noise.

Good trades.

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Can you align 100 screens for half a year of 5 minute data?

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Can you align 100 screens for half a year of 5 minute data?

Perfect.

I think four screens would do a nice job.

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To put it in your biological context:
Judging 6 months of market behavior by 5 min bars is just as futile as deducing an
elephant from the shape of the sole of its left foot.

But no need to worry.
You are just entering the next stage of a beginner's quest for the holy grail.

Typical stages are e.g.

- spinning the wheel, i.e. blind gambling just as your mood changes
- imitation of old sagas, fables and success stories (which one surprisingly can't reproduce)
- diagonal trading, i.e. hopping from method to method and asset to asset as soon as losses appear
- doubling the technical input (more CPU power, more monitors, more indicators, more brute force
to catch every tick of every market) each time you completely lose direction (called NASA stage
because the workplaces of these adepts typically look like space center control rooms)

I know from my own experience how hard this is to accept for beginners, but if you want to save
a lot of time and money, try the futures.io (formerly BMT) webinar links that @Big Mike, @Fat Tails and others suggested
to you on your other posts. Your chances to get a viable viewpoint are much better then than by
examining the latest indicator or last October's 15min, 5min or even ticks. These bars are today
what they were back then: mostly just plain noise.

Good trades.

your forgot to mention one stage: purchasing magic indicators and signal subscriptions

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We haven't really completely figured out DNA either, we can only map it. There's a lot of junk DNA we don't know much about. No one's been able to figure this out:



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atacama_skeleton


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During the DNA analysis by Nolan, the B2 haplotype group was found in the remains. Haplogroups identify human genetic populations that often are associated distinctly with particular geographic regions around the globe. Combined with the alleles found in the mitochondrial DNA contained in the remains, the findings suggested that Ata is indigenous to the western region of South America.[3] While it has been claimed that Ata is an alien by ufologists, this speculation is inconsistent with the human genetic material that is present in the remains.[1]

It's also said that the skeleton was of the age of six to eight and walking by the age of death. WALKING!?!? They found that out from the knee joints.




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