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@JUSTIN Thanks for the clarification! It really depends on the individual risk profile, whether or not they want to experience more volatility in their portfolio in order to potentially generate greater returns. I have seen other great mechanical, non-ML based systems that are able to beat the market systematically like opening range breakouts (ORB) systems with entry filters. But as they always say, the markets are always changing and with that, the system that used to work for you does not always mean it will work in the future.
That is why I strongly believe in ML systems. To me, ML systems perform self-optimizations but in a more mechanical manner, eliminating curve over-fitting as much as possible compared to human interventions. I am very curious as to what you guys, the developers of ML systems think of what the future of trading would be; would ML systems eventually rule the trading world or human crafted mechanical systems still have a place many years from now?
Point of an ML system is to eliminate human interference and let it adapt on its own. I have no doubt in its ability to remain profitable in the long term.
By the way, i haven’t seen any disclaimer anywhere, but are the statistics in the trade history going back all the way from the start of 2018 just the backtesting data or are they done with live forward trading in real conditions?
Hmm I’m not sure if btc beta should follow Crypto-ML Market Index where it still says bear market. Long/buys should only be made when the index says bull market. But then again what do i know about machine learning…hopefully it learns and gets better
Does BTC Beta also employ hard stop losses just like the previous model do? (E.g 3.9% hard SL)
Thanks for the fix! Really appreciate the quick response 🙂
Is it just me or is the trade history page broken? I cannot view the results of other symbols like ETH when i click on the different tabs, it only shows for the default BTC symbol.