Yes, the .92 is extremely good. However, we have since found that we can reduce the averaging of the inputs (in terms of comparing current price to the predicted price 24-hours from now as described here), which increases the speed at which we can react to changes.
With that change, the models actually drop in precision a bit (since there is now more noise and fluctuation) but it translates better in terms of backtested trade results.
That’s a long-winded way of saying the signals are currently .81 for BCH, .85 for BTC, and .88 for ETH. Despite being lower than .92 we still expect better trade results when we consider the entire chain.
Ultimately, when we look at the end-to-end system, we will only roll out an update if it can get better results even if the precision drops a bit.
Let me know if that helps or if I managed to confuse things. 🙂