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  #71 (permalink)
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I find this journal interesting but I would like to see more about the trade aspects and less on the programing language aspect which is WAY over my head..... Sorry but I am just a simple trader and am interested in the core concepts of your method.





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I find this journal interesting but I would like to see more about the trade aspects and less on the programing language aspect which is WAY over my head..... Sorry but I am just a simple trader and am interested in the core concepts of your method.





"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."
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Agreed, that's why I stopped. Seems like people where more interested on debating about computer languages than theory.

I have not made up my mind if I'm going to continue this thread or not.

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Don't stop....


Don't stop.... lets just get on with the trade aspect of your idea.
It is easy to get sidetracked in life.... We tend to make things far more complicated than they really need to be and swinging into the programing is just another detour on the road to simplicity.

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concept is what matters

please continue... I am also interested in concepts not so much particular language implementation....looking forward to continued discussion...

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continue

please continue.............drop this programming stuff ...... and focus on trading please

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